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NYT 1934 Headline Headline in The New York Times the day after President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Federal Credit Union Act in June 1934.

When a Winston-Salem, N.C., credit union extended membership to workers at a small furniture company located down the road, it set off a battle with bankers that threatened the future of the movement.

Jim DuPlessis

A journalist for decades.

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