Agricultural Adjustment Act
Who was the program intended to help?
The AAA program was intended to help the Economy and farmers
What was this program intended to do?
To stop the over producing of products when they are not needed
Does this program fall under the Relief, Recovery, or Reform program of Roosevelt's New Deal?
Yes, the AAA program falls under Roosevelt's New Deal. It was one of the first ones to be introduce because Congress wanted to balance out supply and demand for farm production
How successful do you believe this program was at relieving the economic crisis?
The AAA program was successful in helping the economic, but in some cases there was no change at all or for worse. There were still families going through starvation.
How does this program add to your understanding of the Great depression?
The program allowed me to understand that not all the programs where successful nor effective. Nor that the people agreed with all the programs.
Does this program still exist today? (Have there been changes)
Yes, the AAA program still exist today. Some of the changes that have been made through out time are..
-how much is allowed to be produced
-the amount that farmers are paid
Agriculture Adjustment Act 1933
This video demonstrates how the AAA program works and how it effected the economy in the year of 1933. It also includes what is necessary for the program to take effect and the outcomes.
-why the program was brought
-what it does
-why its important
-its effect on the economy
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OTHER PROGRAMS UNDER THE NEW DEAL
The New Deal: Crash Course US History #34