By Dylan Hostrander and Ashley Merkle
- Started in 1932, it was part of the First New Deal.
- It helped to provide work for employable people on relief rolls. It also provided grants from the federal government to state governments for a variety of things, agriculture, arts, construction, and education.
- This was a success because people getting aid were becoming highly skilled workers.
Started 1933-1942, Part of the 2nd New Deal.
A public works project that promoted environmental conservation and build good citizens through hard work and disciplined outdoor work.
This was a success because it gives us our National parks and keeps them clean and nice. Also helps prevent destruction of natural wonders.
Civilian Works Administration (Relief)
From 1933-1943, and was part of the 2nd New Deal
Created temporary jobs during the depression to quickly create manual labor jobs.
- This was a success because it helped boost 4 million workers.
Workers Progress Administration (Reform)
From 1935-1943, and part of the 2nd New Deal
Provided 8 million Americans with jobs, constructed schools, hospitals, airfields, etc.
- This was a success because it built new parks, bridges, schools and many other important things.
Agricultural Adjustment Act (Reform)
- Started in 1933, Part of the 2nd New Deal
Tried to raise farm prices, created a new tax to pay farmers not to raise specific crops and animals.
- This was a failure because it was later declared as unconstitutional because farmers were killing off certain animals and crops
National Industrial Recovery Act (Recovery)
Started in 1933, Part of the 2nd New Deal
Boosted prices, helped business workers, allowed trade associations in many industries to make codes to regulate wages.
- This was a failure because prices began to rise and people stopped buying. over productions and underconsumption were prevalent. It was also declared unconstitutional.
Tennessee Valley Act (Relief)
Started in 1933, Part of 2nd New Deal
Helped farmers and created jobs in one of America’s least modernized areas.
- Success because it brought back hydroelectric power plants that provided cheap electric power, flood control, and recreational opportunities to the Tennessee river valley.
Social Security Act
Social Security Act
1935, 2nd New Deal
Provided old age pensions for workers, survivors benefits for victims of industrial accidents, unemployment insurance, and aid for defendant mothers and children, blind and physically disabled.
Failure because it didn't help cover farm and domestic workers but it helped millions of Americans feel more secure