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The New Deal '33-'41

American Destiny Chapter 26

This new deal legislation raised farm prices by restricting output of staple crops and paid subsidies to growers Agriculture Adjustment Act (AAA)
What is the term used to represent the alliance between NAZI Germany, Italy and later Japan? Axis Powers
What was the German tactic used during WWII that coordinated attack of air and armored fire-power? Blitzkrieg or "Lighting War"
This new deal program that provided government jobs in conservation projects to young men between the ages of 18 and 25 Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)
What was the military aid measure proposed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt that empowered the President to sell, lend, lease, or transfer $7 billion of war materials to any country vital to the United States? Lend-Lease Act
What was the code name for United States military project to design and build an atomic bomb during WWII? Manhattan Project
This new deal agency promoted economic recovery that promulgated industry-wide codes to control production, prices, and wages National Recovery Administration (NRA)
What was the legislation affirming nonbelligerency in the event of war? Neutrality Acts
What was the board program that promoted recovery from the Great Depression and provide relief for those in distress? New Deal
This component of the new deal that established a system old-age, unemployment, and survivors' insurance funded by wage and payroll taxes Social Security Act
This new deal agency built and operated dams and power plants on the Tennessee River, promoted flood control, soil conservation, and reforestation Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)
What was the act that gave workers the right to organize and bargain collectively and created the National Labor Relations Board to supervise union elections and stop unfair labor practices by employers? Wagner Act
This new deal agency that spent $11 billion on federal works projects and provided employment for 8.5 million persons Works Progress Administration (WPA)
Who proposed the new deal programs? President Franklin D. Roosevelt
What is the situation in the Midwest during the great depression in which the topsoil was blown away, destroying crops and farmland, known as? The Dust Bowl
Around President Franklin D. Roosevelts inauguration date Michigan declared what, that shut down every bank in the state, with other states quickly following suit? A "Bank Holiday"
During the years of the new deal, what was the lowest unemployment rates? Ten Precent
President Franklin D. Roosevelt used the radio to connect with and provide a sense of hope to the American people going through the Great Depression. What were FDR's radio talks called? Fireside Chats
What put Americans back to work ending the Great Depression? World War II
Which first lady became a major political force especially in the area of civil rights? Eleanor Roosevelt
Created by: twin_renee