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Two of the most significant events affecting the pricing and marketing of milk produced for fluid use occurred when Congress passed the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933, and subsequently the Agricultural Agreements Act of 1937, which authorized the Secretary of Agriculture to issue Federal milk orders.
Christensen, Rondo A., "Federal Milk Orders: Their Development and Future" (1978). Economic Research Institute Study Papers. Paper 382.