The New Deal


Who was the program intended to help?

  • Relief to the people
  • Reform of economic institutions
  • Recovery for businesses

What was the program intended to do?

  • It aimed to provide economic growth in the programs.
  • Make the economic better after having it go down.

Does this program fall under the Relief, Recovery, or Reform program of Roosevelt's New Deal? Explain

It falls under the reform program. Making sure another depression like the one in 1930's never happens again.

How successful do you think this program was at relieving the economic crisis?

It's been successful enough that another economic drop or depression hasn't happened again. Although it did take a long time to recover from the depression but it got us past it.

How does this program add to your understanding of the great depression?

It helps me understand it because there was less work, it was the deepest and longest lasting economic downturn in the history of the Western industrialized world.

Does this program still exists today?

Many New Deal programs remain active,with some still operating under the original names.

What is NRA?

NRA is the National Recovery Administration. The goal was to reduce unemployment rate. It was implemented on June 1933. U.S government agency created by Franklin D. Roosevelt.
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