Between March and July 1933, FDR's policy of devaluing the dollar pushed industrial production up by an incredible 57% in just 4 months. Then FDR's National Recovery Administration instituted a policy of mandating sharply higher wages. Hourly wage rates rose by roughly 20% in just two months. This immediately ended the robust economic recovery then underway. When the Supreme Court ruled the NIRA to be unconstitutional in May 1935, there had been no growth in industrial production for 22 months....