The Struggle to Fashion the NRA Code: The Triumph of Studio Power in 1933 Hollywood

@article{Cohen2015TheST,
  title={The Struggle to Fashion the NRA Code: The Triumph of Studio Power in 1933 Hollywood},
  author={Harvey G. Cohen},
  journal={Journal of American Studies},
  year={2015},
  volume={50},
  pages={1039 - 1066}
}
This article traces the long and antagonistic fashioning of the National Recovery Adminstration's code of practice for the film industry during 1933. The NRA code process publicly exposed resentful fissions within Hollywood, and the oligarchic, if not monopolistic, way in which the major film studios had set up their vertically integrated consolidation of the motion-picture industry in terms of production, distribution and exhibition on a national scale. A media spotlight flooded onto their… Expand
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