New deal

By keyleigh

The definetion

The economic measures introduced by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933 to counteract the effects of the Great Depression.

characteristic

FDR's economic policy and his programs became the backbone of the New Deal. This included regulation of the banks, regulation of the Stock Market, relief and public works programs, like the CCC and WPA. The New Deal focused on the three R's: Relief, Recovery, and Reform.


New Deal

examples

NYA---National Youth Administration

CWA---Civil Works Administration

WPA---Works Progress Administration

CCC---Civilian Conservation Corps

non-examples

The New deal policies of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Many conservatives equated the New Deal with socialism or Communism, and saw its policies as evidence that the government had been heavily influenced by Communist policy-makers in the Roosevelt administration