National Recovery Agency

1933-1935

Who did it help?

It helped workers by stabilizing prices,wages,hours,and production levels.It established 557 basic codes and 208 supplement codes that affected 22 million workers.

Accomplishments

It improved labor conditions and aided the unionization movement. The agency also abolished child labor and regulated minimum wages and maximum hours.

How does it affect us today?

It doesn't. The NRA was in business from 1933 to 1935.

What did the NRA do?

It stimulated business recovery through fair-practice codes during the Great Depression. It was created to recover the economy of the U.S. and continued the government's policy of of creating federal agencies to manage the economy and bring about Industrial recovery.

Agency that NRA was a part of.

NIRA: National Industrial Recovery Act
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