Wheat Price Guarantee Act

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Wheat Price Guarantee Act
Great Seal of the United States
Long title An Act to enable the President to carry out the price guaranties made to producers of wheat of the crops of nineteen hundred and eighteen and nineteen hundred and nineteen and to protect the United States against undue enhancement of its liabilities thereunder.
Nicknames Wheat Stabilization Act of 1919
Enacted by the 65th United States Congress
Effective March 4, 1919
Citations
Public law Pub.L. 65–348
Statutes at Large 40 Stat. 1348
Legislative history

The Wheat Price Guarantee Act was a 1919 bill passed by Congress that gave the government the power to regulate the price of wheat.

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