FDR and the New Deal
By: Ashwin Kumar and Cole Crawford
How did the great depression begin?
What Did the New Deal Cover?
What Programs Did the New Deal Create?
CCC-Civilian Conservation Corps
CWA- Civil Works Administration
The CWA was founded in 1933 to create jobs for the unemployed. Its focus on high paying jobs in the construction arena resulted in a much greater expense to the federal government than originally anticipated. The CWA ended in 1934 due to an overdose of money leaking from the national government.
FHA- Federal Housing Administration
FSA- Federal Security Agency
HOLC- Home Owner's Loan Corporation
NRA- National Recovery Act
PWA- Public Works Administration
SSA- Social Security Act
TVA- Tennessee Valley Authority
WPA- Works Progress Administration
The WPA was created in 1935. As the largest New Deal Agency, the WPA impacted millions of Americans. It provided jobs across the nation. Because of it, numerous roads, buildings, and other projects were completed. It was renamed the Works Projects Administration in 1939. The program officially ended in 1943.
2. Name the main reason that the United States entered the Great Depression?
2. The Stock Market Crash of 1929 is the main reason that the United States dived into the Great Depression.