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Often known as the Merchant Marine Act of 1928, this measure was evidence of an attempt by Congress to stimulate private shipbuilding in the United States and to assist in making the merchant marine competitive in the global market.

Provisions of this law included the following:


See other domestic activity during the Coolidge administration.

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