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S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) personnel oversaw efforts to curb agricultural excesses that had accumulated in the previous decade. Dire economic conditions resulted in many people moving to farms during the Great Depression. New Deal legislation discouraged increased agricultural activity, but the number of American farmers expanded by an estimated 980,000 people during the 1930’s. Farmers planted too many crops, which lost value. USDA secretary Henry A. Wallace led efforts to create a federal granary for surplus crop storage.
S. military; Fair Employment Practices Commission; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; Port Chicago naval magazine explosion; Race riots; Racial discrimination; Randolph, A. Philip; Tuskegee Airmen; Tuskegee syphilis study; White, Walter F. 16 ■ The Forties in America Agriculture in Canada ■ For years, Canada had been described as a naturalresources, or staples, economy, and it remained substantially so during the 1940’s. In 1941, agriculture was second only to manufacturing in Canada’s gross domestic product, but during the decade Canada’s economy began to change from one based on natural resources to one that was predominantly industrial.
American Journalism 22, no. 3 (Summer, 2005): 55-75. Deals in depth with the cooperative effort between the government and the media to inform the American public about the necessity of rationing foodstuffs and to educate people about how to achieve proper nutrition despite cutbacks. Young, Dannagal Goldthwaite. ” Communication Review 8 (January-March, 2005): 27-52. Study of the combined government and advertising industry efforts to inform, educate, and motivate the American public to follow various wartime programs and policies.