…we cannot consider this bill in a vacuum. Industry today is facing a number of bills here on the Hill, all of which are of the same sort, and we have a right to look at them as a whole; because none of them is going to be destructive of industry in itself, but, taken as a whole, they are going to impose a very serious burden on the industries of the United States, which are now trying to come out of the depression.
John C. Gall, Associate Counsel National Association of Manufacturers, Washington, DC, 313-357, esp. 329, “Unemployment Insurance,” Hearings before the House Committee on Ways and Means, Mar. 21-24, 26-30, 1934.