Window sticker given to customers of businesses participating in the National Recovery Administration (NRA), c. 1934. Gummed paper. Light wrinkles. Features the NRA eagle and slogan.
Businesses that participated in the program agreed to make concessions to labor and subscribe to "codes of fair competition," which were intended to reduce "destructive competition." In a 1935 unanimous decision, the Supreme Court ruled the NRA was un-Constitutional, and the program was halted by the Roosevelt administration.