National-industrial-recovery-act



noun
1.
an act of Congress (1933, declared unconstitutional in 1936) that enabled the president and the National Recovery Administration to formulate and execute measures for reducing industrial unemployment.
Abbreviation: NIRA, N.I.R.A.

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