• Elected 1928
  • Secretary of Commerce—1921-1928
  • Associationalism
    • Economy built on trade associations
    • share economic information
    • discuss problems of production and distribution
    • seek greater efficiency and profit
    • Main goal: show that cooperation was better than competition, public service more effective than selfishness
  • Set up Washington Conference
  • Sought to apply Associationalism to foreign policy as well (see Hughes)
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