New Deal

Rebecca Mcilwain,Lindsey Aycock,Derek Moore

National Industrial Recovery Act

1933 first new deal. Industry that let the president to raise prices. Recovery. It was a success because it made it so where the economy was better.

Public Works Act

1993 first new deal. It allowed improving public welfare and stabilizing purchasing power. Recovery. It was a success because it improved the public welfare and it also stabilizing purchasing power.

FDIC

1933 first new deal. This act created banks and created bank deposits. Relief. It was a success because it allowed people to get their money back if that bank ever shuts down.

Works Progress Administration

1939 second new deal. Gave unskilled men a job of building public buildings and building roads. Recovery. It was a success because this act allowed unskilled men how to build public buildings and they learned how to build roads.

Wagner Act

1935 second new deal. This act addressed connections between unions and employers. Relief. It was a success because it made it so labor unions for employers.

Securities and Exchange Commission

1934 second new deal. To regulate the commercial in stocks,bonds,and other securities. Reform. It was a success because it allowed people to keep track of their bonds and stocks.

Agricultural Adjustment Act

1933 first new deal. So the supplies were balanced and it demanded that the prices would give the farmers power. Reform. It was a success because it allowed farmers to get power and their supplies were balanced.

Glass Steagall Act

1933 first new deal. Provide a safe and effecting bank. Reform. It was a success because it made the banks safer and it made the banks more effective.

Civilian Conservation Corps

1933-1942 second new deal. It is a public work relief program for unmarried men. Relief. It was a success because it was work relief program unemployed, and unmarried men from 17-28.