Agricultural Adjustment Act.A 1933 federal statute that paid farmers not to produce crops in

an effort to raise crop prices. • The U.S. Supreme Court declared the Act unconstitutional in 1936

on  grounds  that  Congress  had  overstepped  its  power  to  regulate  commerce.  A  second,  more

limited  Agricultural  Adjustment  Act  was  enacted  in  1938.  —  Abbr.  AAA.  [Cases:  Agriculture

3.1.] [Blacks Law 8th]