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New Deal Programs AF

CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) employed around 3 million young people to work on projects that benefited the public
FERA (Federal Emergency Relief Administration) gave money to the states for use in helping people in need
TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) a program that aimed to control flooding, promote conservation and development, and bring electricity to areas
FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Company) founded by FDR to avoid future banking crises
SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) created by a law that regulates sales of stock and bonds. it could punish dishonest stockbrokers and speculators
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