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Agricultural Adjustment
Act (AAA)
To raise farm prices quickly
and to control production so
that farm prices would stay up
over the long term.
Civilian Conservation
Corps (CCC)
To provide jobs for young men
to work on projects to benfit
the public such as: planting
trees, building levees, and
improving parks.
Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation
To insure bank deposits.
Federal Emergency
Relief Administration
To give money to the
states for use in helping
people in need.
Franklin Delano
Roosevelt (FDR)
32nd President of the United States,
the President of the United States during
the Depression and WWII. He instituted
the New Deal. Served from 1933 to 1945,
he was the only president in U.S. history
to be elected to four terms
National Industrial
Recovery Act (NIRA)
To boost the economy by
helping business
regulate itself.
National Recovery
Adminstration (NRA)
To incourage businesses to set
a minimum wage and abolish
child labor; to set up codes to
govern pricing for industry
New Deal
the historic period (1933-1940) in the
U.S. during which President Franklin
Roosevelt's economic policies were
implemented; term used to describe
FDR's relief, recovery, and reform
programs designed to combat the Great
Public Works
Administration (PWA)
To stimulate the economy
through the building of huge
public works projects that
needed large numbers of
Securities and Exchange
Commission (SEC)
To regulate the sale of stocks
and bonds and to punish
dishonest stockbrokers and
Tennessee Valley
Authority (TVA)
To control flooding, promote
conservation and
development, bring electricity
to rural areas of the Tennessee