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The Great Depression

CCC (Civilian Conversation Corps) Hired young men to work on conservation corps.
TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) Helped people in the rural south and generated electricity.
WPA (Works Progress Administration) Built post offices, bridges, schools, and other public buildings.
AAA (Agricultural Adjustment Act) Limited farm production and helped raise farm prices.
assembly line Method of mass production in which a product is put together as it moves past a line of workers.
mass production The making of a large number of goods that are exactly alike.
The New Deal series of programs stated by President FDR in 1933 to try to help the nation recover from the Great Depression.
Created by: CJBailey