2 Legislative History of the Emergency Price Control Act, 1942 1 (1942)

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1. President Roosevelt's Message requesting Price Stabilizing

    Legislation - House Document No. 332, 77th Congress.

    H.R. 5479, 77th Congress, as introduced by Mr. Steagall.

    Explanatory Statement issued by Office of Price Administra-
    tion and Civilian Supply.

    H.R. 5760, 77th Congress, as introduced by Mr. Gore. This
    bill embodied the so-called Baruch plan and was rejected by
    the House Committee, and later by the House when it was of-
    fered as an amendment to H.R. 5990.

    House Hearings appear in Volume I.

2. H.R. 5990, 77th Congress, as reported by the Committee on
    Banking and Currency. This bill was written in the Committee
    as a result of the Committee's consideration of H.R. 5479
    and H.R. 5760.

    House Report No. 1409, 77th Congress, the Banking and Cur-
    rency Committee's report to the House on H.R. 5990.

3. Debates in the House of Representatives on the bill. The
    debates were initiated by reason of the adoption of House
    Resolution No. 348.
      Nov. 24, 1941 -- pages 9297-9326*
      Nov. 25, 1941 --      9333-9378
      Nov. 26, 1941 --      9381, 9383-9418
      Nov. 28, 1941 --      9436, 9483.
    The bill passed the House November 28, 1941. The bill was
    transmitted to the Senate on December 4, 1941, and was re-
    ferred to the Senate Committee on Banking and Currency.
    Cong. Rec., page 9647.

    * Page numbers are from pamphlet copies.

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