Appendix B

Sponsors of Plans Presented for Economic Planning in the United States at April 1932.1

American Engineering Council, New York.
American Federation of Labor, Washington.
Associated General Contractors, Washington.
Charles A. Beard, New Milford, Conn.
Ralph Borsodi, author and economist. New York.
Chamber of Commerce of the United States, Washington.
Stuart Chase, author and economist. Labor Bureau, New York.
Wallace B. Donham, Dean, Harvard School of Business.
Fraternal Order of Eagles (Ludlow bill).
Jay Franklin, author, The Forum.
Guy Greer, economist, The Outlook.
Otto Kahn, banker. New York.
Senator Robert M. La Follette, U.S. Senate.
Lewis L. Lorwin, economist, Brookings Institute, Washington.
Paul M. Mazur, investment banker. New York.
McGraw-HiIl Publishing Co., New York.
New England Council, Boston.
Progressive Conference (La Follette bill).
P. Redmond, economist, Schenectady, N.Y.
Sumner Slichter, economist and author, Madison Wis.
George Soule, editor, The New Republic.
C. R. Stevenson, of Stevenson, Jordan, and Harrison, New York.
Gerard Swope, president, General Electric Co.
Wisconsin Regional Plan, State Legislature, Madison, Wis.
National Civic Federation, New York.

1. List Compiled by U.S. Dept. of Commerce.