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The New Deal

The New Deal Programs

Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 Separated banking according to the types of banking business- commercial banking and investment banking.
Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933 (AAA) Restored the purchasing power of American farmers to pre-World War I levels.
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Relief act passed by FDR that employed thousands of young men between 18-25, to work on renewing the nations natural resources.
Federal Emergency Relief Organization (FERA) Early Relief Fund which alloted $500 million dollars to help the needy and unemployed.
Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Passed in 1933, and pledged to provide through the construction of dams; flood control, reforestation and improvement of farm land, and assisting in the creation of a government nitrate and phosphorus manufacturing facility.
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Prevented Speculation in stock market.
National Recovery Administration (NRA) Agency established by FDR to stimulate business recovery through stringent fair-practice codes.
Public Works Administration (PWA) agency designed to reduce unemployment and increase purchasing power through the construction of highways and public buildings.
Works Progress Administration (WPA) Created jobs for skilled workers
Beer and Wine Revenue Act of 1933 Permitted the sale of wine and beer with an alcohol content less than 3.2%. First step toward repealing the Prohibition Amendment.
Created by: jyoung93