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Paper and books: Imports of, in 1939, affected by trade-agreement duty
reductions now in effect...

11, 12
Paper, cigarette: Development of United States industry-

578
Paper industry: Effect of trade-agieements program on..

611
Paper products: Concessions obtained by United States on.

243, 429
Paraguay: Trade agreement between Brazil and..

40, 46, 54
Parity prices.--- 81, 132, 140, 226–227, 377-378, 383, 387, 766–775, 777, 936, 1109
Parity wages.-

960
Passenger cars: Concessions obtained by United States on, in agreement
with Argentina.--

427
Pasvolsky, Leo, special assistant to Secretary of State: Views of, cited.. 648, 652
Patchin, R. H., vice president, W. R. Grace & Co.: Statement and testi-

630-636
Patman, Hon. Wright: Quoted on petroleum reserves.

871
Patterson, Hon. Robert P., Under Secretary of War: Views of, on petro-
leum shortage cited..

871
Pay rolls: Place of, in United States economy.

454 455
Pay rolls, imports, exports, and national income, United States: Chart and
table showing indexes of, 1919–41.-

413, 415
Pay rolls in industry:
Chart and table showing, 1919-41..

158-159
Relation of imports to..

965–966
Pay rolls in shipbuilding industry: Index numbers of, 1929-39.

304
Peace, economic foundations for

165–166,
176, 185, 187, 192, 202–203, 208, 228, 395, 470--471, 474, 497, 503,
639, 651, 652, 661, 678, 679, 715, 722, 723, 961-963, 967, 984,

1016-1017.
Peace objectives, United States: Extension of trade-agreements authority
as evidencing-

28
Peaches:
Concessions obtained by United States on.

241
United States trade with Canada in..--

960
Pears:
Concessions obtained by United States on..

241
Exports of, from Argentina and Chile, 1931-42.

953-954
Exports of, to various foreign countries and areas.

942-955
Tariffs and trade barriers of various foreign countries against imports
of...

947-949, 950-953
Pearson, Dr. Frank.

771
Peas: Export duty imposed by Mexico on.

318
Pectin, apple: Substitution of, for plasma.

960
Peek, George N.:

Analysis by, of State Department bulletin advocating extension of
Trade Agreements Act--

1017, 1024-1037
Letters of, to William D. Geer, general manager, Fortune.. 1022-1023, 1024
List of bilateral agreements oompiled by, mentioned.

289
People's Lobby...

503
Peppers:
Carlot shipment of, from principal sources, by months.

279
Export duty imposed by Mexico on...

318
Prices of...

276, 277, 279
Perkins, Milo, Director, Board of Economic Warfare: Reference to state-
ment of.

92
Peru:
Economy of.

850
Freezing of Japanese assets in...

667
Legislative action on trade agreements not required by -

170
Production of alpaca, llama, and vicuña hair in.

353
Rubber bound on free list in agreement with.

191, 223
Trade agreement between Argentina and.-

40, 46, 54
Trade agreement with. 45, 170, 191, 223, 283, 353, 391, 463, 499-500, 667, 728
Value of exports to, 1937.-

239, 240
Peruvian-American Association: Statement of Andrew P. Shea, represent-
ing-

666-667

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Petroleum (see also Petroleum industry):

Page
Concessions granted by United States to Mexico and Venezuela on.- 292
Concessions obtained by United States on petroleum products and..

243
Decline of exploration for..

870–871, 873, 874, 919–920, 921, 922
Depletion of domestic reserves of -

34
Exports of crude, 1940 and 1941.

139
Import quotas on..-

873, 874, 923
Importation of, from Mexico in tankers.

295
Imports of...

869, 870
Increased taxation of, in Venezuela-

271
Labor preliminary to export of, in certain years.

299
Monopoly -

869, 872-873
Price ceilings on.

870, 922
Report of Petroleum Industry War Council on price structure of.-- 874-919
Reserves of..

34, 633, 782, 871, 919-920, 922
Shortage of, on Atlantic coast.

292–293
Supervision by Congress over import policy regarding, urged. 868-873
Tariff rate on, under agreement with Mexico..

279
United States exports of, to Germany and Japan.

66, 87, 457
Venezuelan export duties on.--

40, 43, 49, 50, 57, 271
War Department release on overseas shipments of

921
Petroleum Administrator for War..

869, 872
Petroleum Association of America, Independent: Statement and testimony
of general counsel of...

868-923
Petroleum industry (see also Petroleum):

Conflicting interests of independent producers and large producers
in.ca

869, 870, 872, 920, 923
Costs of production in

873, 874-919
Income of

923
Petroleum Industry War Council: Report of, on crude-oil price structure. 874-919
Petroleum products: Labor preliminary to export of, in certain years.

299
Philadelphia Textile Manufacturers Association...

525, 529
Piece goods:
Cotton, concessions, obtained by United States on..

242
Rubberized, concessions obtained by United States on.

242
Pierson, Hon. Warren Lee, president, Export-Import Bank.

249
Pike, H. H., Jr., vice president, H. H. Pike & Co.: Statement and testi-

640-643
Pillsbury Flour Mills Co.: Advocacy of trade-agreements program by -- 784
Pine (pitch, white, sugar, ponderosa): Concessions obtained by United
States on.

243
Pineapples: Concessions obtained by United States on..

241
Plasma: Substitution of apple pectin for.

960
Plastics cartel...

508
Plate-glass cartel.

567-568, 582
Plates, mats, etc., of goat or kid skins: Reduction of duty on, in agreement
with Argentina..

350
Plums: Concessions obtained by United States on.

241
Plums and prunes: United States trade with Canada in.-

960
Plywood: Concession obtained by United States on, in agreement with
Argentina.

429
Poland:
Most-favored-nation clause in treaty between United States and..

44
Standard of living in.---

189
Police, international..

187
Pork:
Concession on, to United Kingdom in trade agreement.-

139
Exports and imports of..

492
Pork and pork products: Concessions obtained by United States on.-

242
Pork products: Improvement of position of, in British market through
trade agreement.---

113
Post-war economic reconstruction: Powers of Board of Economic Warfare
in.

94
Post-war international cooperation,

need for.

4–7, 17, 18-19
Post-war international relations: Peace in, dependent on international
trade-

83

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994

Post-war international trade. See International trade, post-war.
Post-war relief and rehabilitation... 470, 693, 713, 723, 962, 964, 1021-1024
Potatoes: Concessions obtained by United States on..

241
Potter, T. Albert, president, Elgin National Watch Co.: Quoted on foreign

watch industry--
Potters Association, United States:

Investigation under section 336 of Tariff Act of 1930 on application of 317
Statement of J. M. Wells, representing--

668-676
Pottery industry-

611, 623, 668-676
Pottery products-

183, 184, 203, 316-317, 317–318, 325, 548
Power politics charged as motive of trade agreements..

465
Precision instruments and apparatus:

Canadian imports of, on which concessions were granted to United
States..

1012
Comparison of imports of, on which concessions have or have not
been granted by United States -

1005
Concessions obtained by United States on.

1011
Imports of, on which United States duties were reduced or bound. 1008, 1009
Production and imports of, on which concessions have been granted
by United States..

1007
Production, imports, and exports of.--

1004, 1010
Principal concessions on, granted by United States

1006
Statement on, prepared by United States Tariff Commission.... 1003-1012
Preferential tariff:
On Cuban products..

275–276, 292, 990
On imports of which we have an exportable surplus.-

558
President of the United States:
Authority of, to make trade agreements -

464
Authority of, to suspend concessions with respect to imports.

42
Authorization to provide for binding of excise taxes by-

271
Executive Order No. 9128, April 13, 1942, on relationship between
Board of Economic Warfare and State Department.

92-94
Extension of most-favored-nation treatment by.

40
Letter of, July 5, 1935, concerning bituminous coal bill.- 705, 706, 707
Participation of, in carrying out of Trade Agreements Act.

307,

311, 312, 335-336, 364, 365
Plenary power of, to negotiate trade agreements, question of need
for..

15
Power of, to determine cost of production..

214
Power of, to raise or lower tariffs.

572
Power of, to suspend generalization of trade-agreement concessions in
event of discrimination...

287-289
Quotations from 1932 speech of, regarding duties on farm products.. 52,

126, 461
Rate-making formula of Congress followed by--

209
Reduction by, of duty on sugar.

550
Press comment on trade-agreements program.

1038–1068
Price levels: Comparison of United States and foreign..

767
Printing and publishing: Labor engaged in, preliminary to export, in
certain years.-

299
Private enterprise. See Free-enterprise system.
Production, cutrailment of...

772
Production, employment, and imports, United States: Chart and table
showing indexes of, 1919-42..

414, 416
Production, United States industrial: Chart and table showing indexes
of, 1919–42.

156-157
Progressive Republican Party-

563
Propaganda:
Axis, in Latin America..

105, 106
German, against Trade Agreements Act and lend-lease program. 100
Protective tariffs...

55-56,
80, 89, 116, 119, 134, 172, 176, 190, 251-252, 293, 312–313, 321,
355,356, 360–363, 376, 382, 383, 409, 410, 412–413, 421, 433, 462,
475, 479, 491, 494, 498, 500, 505, 541, 542, 544, 554, 563, 564

565, 568, 573, 577, 578, 584, 593, 596.
Public notice of intention to negotiate trade agreements...

701
Purchasing power, foreign: Benefit to United States exports through
increase in, as result of imports.----

176-177

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Radio apparatus: Concessions obtained by United States on, in agreement
with Agrentina--

428
Rainey, Hon. Henry T.: Views of, on Hawley-Smoot tariff... 564, 655-656, 660
Raisins: Concessions obtained by United States on.

241
Range program under Agricultural Adjustment Administration --

478
Rates of duty. See Duty rates, United States.
Raw Materials National Council: Statement and testimony by repre-
sentative of..---

735 ,766
Rayon..

526, 577, 584
Rayon and synthetic fibers: Concessions obtained by United States on.. 242
Rayon or other synthetic textile manufactures: Imports of, in 1939,
affected by trade-agieement duty reductions now in effect--

11, 12
Reciprocal Trade Agreements and Agriculture, The: Statement by A. C.

Bunce, assistant professor of agricultural economics, Iowa State
College

743–765
Reciprocity:
Definition of...

31, 82
Objectives of..

610, 614, 856, 926, 933, 934
Reciprocity treaties (Kasson treaties) -

161, 207, 235-236, 586, 589
Reconstruction Finance Corporation.

94, 95, 96
Reductions and bindings rates under trade agreements: data on.--- 336-337
Redwood: Concessions obtained by United States on.

243
Recd, Hon. Daniel A.: Statements and questions by-

7-15,
58, 61-73, 80, 83–89, 90–91, 92, 108, 118, 132, 171, 209-213, 313,
330-337, 348–363, 452-453, 492-494, 563- 566, 585, 600-601, 603,
616-619, 623–625, 653, 654, 656, 659, 660, 679, 684, 709, 711,
740–742, 791-795, 817, 818, 819, 820-821, 823-824, 844, 850–860,

863, 920–922, 928, 931, 932, 938–939, 959, 965–969, 986, 1000.
Refrigerators, automatic: Concessions obtained by United States on, in
agreement with Argentina -

428
Relief and rehabilitation, post-war.

840, 841
Republican Party:
And protective tariff.

375-376
And views of Wendell Willkie on would equality of opportunity

509
Declaration of (1932), on most-favored-nation principle.

164-165
Social and economic ills charged to..

89-90
Stand of, on isolationism discussed...

133
Revenues, tariff..

646, 934-935
Rice and rice flour: Concessions obtained by United States on.

241
Rice industry, Cuban: Subsidization of, by United States Government
charged.

556
Rio de Janeiro, recommendations and resolutions of meeting of ministers
of foreign affairs of the American republics at.

399, 419, 420, 421
Robertson, Hon. A. Willis: Statements and questions by

31,
32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 56-58, 71, 79–83, 91, 115-117, 131, 132, 147–
246, 305, 313, 317–319, 328, 329, 362, 363, 401-403, 405–411, 417,
421-423, 430, 431, 452, 498, 528–554, 626-629, 639-641, 643, 647,

653, 656–660, 681-682, 684, 688, 689, 703, 704, 712.
Rockefeller, Hon. Nelson A., Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs:
Statement and testimony of..

96-112
Roosevelt, former President Theodore:

Letter of January 11, 1911, on proposed trade agreement with Canada. 35
Reciprocity agreements still in committee in administration of ..

235
Views of, quoted.

132
Roosevelt, President Franklin D. See President of the United States.
Rosin: Concessions obtained by United States on..

243
299

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Rubber: United States promotion of growing of, in Latin America.. 400, 420
Rubber and rubber products: Concessions obtained by United States on. 242
Rubber cartel, Dutch-British.-

191
Rubber, guayule: Concession on, granted by United States in agreement
with Mexico

463, 499
Rubber, india:

Concession on, granted by United States in agreement with Peru.--- 463, 499
On free list

222, 223
Rubber products: Labor preliminary to export of, in certain years..
Rubber, raw:
Bound free in agreement with Brazil.--.

222, 223
Bound free in agreements with Mexico and Peru.

728
Low-cost production of -

463
Rubber Reserve Company -

499
Rubber, synthetic...

190–191,
192, 222, 266, 400, 420, 421, 462–463, 463–464, 498, 500-501, 507,

532, 557, 577, 584, 603, 614, 670, 684, 693–694, 728, 786, 787.
Rumania:

Most-favored-nation clause in agreement between United States and.. 44
Standard of living in.-

189
Russia. See Union of Societ Socialist Republics.
Rye: Concessions obtained by United States on.

241
S

Salmon: Concessions obtained by United States on.

242
Salvage program: Collection of scrap under..

458, 459
Sanitary convention with Argentina. See under Argentina.
Sanitary laws and regulations:

Proposed amendment to Trade Agreements Act to prohibit Presi-
dential modification of...

479, 806, 1109
Sanitary provisions of trade agreements.

806, 809, 812, 824-826
Sardines: Concessions obtained by United States on.

242
Saturday Evening Post..

88, 90-91
Saudi Arabia: Most-favored-nation clause in agreement between United
States and..

44
Sausage casings: Concessions obtained by United States on..

242
Sayre, Hon. Francis B.:
Quoted.--

324, 364, 365, 694
Statement and testimony by -

145-302
Scholarships, student: Suggested as means of promoting good relations
between United States and Central and South America --

851-852
Schultz, Dr. T. W., professor of agricultural economics, Iowa State College:
Statement and testimony by--

737-765
Scope of trade agreements entered into to date.

7-15
Scrap, iron and steel:
Collection of

458-459
Exports of, to Axis countries.

65-67, 87-88, 193, 269, 465, 497
Secondary industry, post-war development of.

714
Second War Powers Act.

580
Securities and Exchange Commission.

625
Semimanufactures: Labor preliminary to export of, in certain years.-

299
Senate Finance Committee:
Hearing of, on sugar tariff

476-477
Right of appeal not considered by

218
Statement of, 1937, on tariff policies, quoted.

161
Senate Foreign Relations Committee...

482, 483
Senate ratification of trade agreements, proposed.

161,
207, 220-222, 235-236, 473, 474,512, 589, 624, 727, 735, 804, 806,

812, 841, 853, 933, 938, 939, 985, 986, 987, 990, 1000, 1001.
Service industries: Effect of high tariffs on..

300-301
Shea, Andrew P., representing Peruvian-American Association: Statement
and testimony of

666-667
Sheep: Production of.

474
Sherman antitrust law.

626
Shipbuilding industry: Employment and pay-roll index numbers for -- 304

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