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New Marketing Conditions under the Retail Code

New Marketing Conditions under the Retail Code New Marketing Conditions Under the Retail Code PAUL H. NYSTROM HE SIGNING of the general retail code by the N.R.A. and the A.A.A. developed over the President has not only saved the what was known as the "stop loss," or "loss limitation provision" to which the food re­ writer of this article a deep embarrassment which the long continued delay in getting tail associations would gladly have sub­ the code through had threatened, but also scribed, but which the A.A.A. absolutely re­ makes its discussion possible. At last the re­ fused to accept. The agricultural interests in Washington have consistently held since tail code, which has been so long under preparation, has become a fact! early last spring to the purpose of securing Shortly after the passage of the National regulation of production and higher prices Act on June 16, the re­ for farmers, but have opposed every effort Industrial Recovery at similar regulation or price stabilization in tail associations of the country each and severally began to plan their codes. Confer­ every other branch of business or trade. ences early in July with Deputy Adminis­ Failing to get the A.A.A. to agree and the trator A. D. Whiteside, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Marketing Journal SAGE

New Marketing Conditions under the Retail Code

American Marketing Journal , Volume amj-1 (1): 4 – Jan 1, 1934

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SAGE
Copyright
© 1934 American Marketing Association
ISSN
0193-1806
eISSN
1547-7185
DOI
10.1177/002224293400100104
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Abstract

New Marketing Conditions Under the Retail Code PAUL H. NYSTROM HE SIGNING of the general retail code by the N.R.A. and the A.A.A. developed over the President has not only saved the what was known as the "stop loss," or "loss limitation provision" to which the food re­ writer of this article a deep embarrassment which the long continued delay in getting tail associations would gladly have sub­ the code through had threatened, but also scribed, but which the A.A.A. absolutely re­ makes its discussion possible. At last the re­ fused to accept. The agricultural interests in Washington have consistently held since tail code, which has been so long under preparation, has become a fact! early last spring to the purpose of securing Shortly after the passage of the National regulation of production and higher prices Act on June 16, the re­ for farmers, but have opposed every effort Industrial Recovery at similar regulation or price stabilization in tail associations of the country each and severally began to plan their codes. Confer­ every other branch of business or trade. ences early in July with Deputy Adminis­ Failing to get the A.A.A. to agree and the trator A. D. Whiteside,

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American Marketing JournalSAGE

Published: Jan 1, 1934

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