Reminiscences of Thomas Irwin Emerson : oral history, 1953.
Scope and Contents
Family, early youth and high school, Yale College; Yale Law School and LAW JOURNAL; law practice, New York, N.Y.; Depression and election of 1932; National Recovery Administration, 1933-34; drafting National Labor Relations Act; Garrison Board in 1934 textile strikes; cases testing the National Labor Relations Act; Social Security Board and John Winant; formation of National Lawyers Guild; legislative aspects of National Labor Relations Board; duties as special assistant to Attorney General Francis Biddle; Federal Bureau of Investigation; Martin Dies; Smith Committee; social life in Washington; Office of Price Administration law enforcement problems; loyalty problems; policy decision of Office of Economic Stabilization; death of Franklin D. Roosevelt; Victory in Europe Day; Office of War
(cont.) Mobilization and Reconversion; drafting of Atomic Energy Act; teaching at Yale Law School, 1946; political associations; Public Affairs Committee; Political Action Committee of Congress of Industrial Organizations; formation of Progressive Party, campaign of 1948.
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