Defense Production Act of 1950

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Defense Production Act of 1950, 1950-2009. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/6114, accessed on April 15, 2024.

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  • An Act to Establish a System of Priorities and Allocations for Materials and Facilities, Authorize the Requisitioning Thereof, Provide Financial Assistance for Expansion of Productive Capacity and Supply, Provide for Price and Wage Stabilization, Provide for the Settlement of Labor Disputes, Strengthen Controls Over Credit, and by These Measures Facilitate the Production of Goods and Services Necessary for the National Security, and for Other Purposes.
  • Public Law 81-774, 81st Congress, H.R. 9176

64 Stat. 932

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