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New Deal Vocab

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Federal Securities Act a law that required corporations to provide complete, accurate information on all stock offerings
Glass-Steagall Banking Act the law that established the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to protect individuals' bank accounts
Tennessee Valley Authority a federal corporation established in 1933 to construct dams and power plants in the Tennessee Valley region
Civilian Conservation Corps an agency, established as part of the New Deal, that put young unemployed men to work building roads, developing parks, planting trees, and helping in erosion-control and flood-control projects
Agriculture Adjustment Act a law enacted to raise crop prices by paying farmers to leave a certain amount of their land unplanted, thus lowering production
National Industrial Recovery Act a law enacted to establish codes of fair practice for industries and to promote industrial growth
Works Progress Administration & Securities and Exchange Commission an agency, established as part of the New Deal, that provided the unemployed with jobs in construction, garment making, teaching, the arts, and other fields
National Labor Relations Board an agency created in 1935 to prevent unfair labor practices and to mediate disputes between workers and management
Social Security Act a law enacted in 1935 to provide aid to retirees, the unemployed, people with disabilities, and dependent mothers and children
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation(FDIC) an agency created in 1933 to insure individuals' bank accounts, protecting people against losses due to bank failures
Deficit spending a government's spending of more money than it receives in revenue
Created by: mrduff