Agriculture Adjustment Administration
AAA was a relief program started by FDR in 1933 and ended in 1936. The act allowed farmers to kill thousands of farm animals for their need. But it was supposed to help the government get money. They paid the farmers to not to produce crops so they could drive up prices of goods for people to pay.
This act, however, didn't help the government at all. The people were mad because they just killed extra pigs and burned extra crops. It obviously wasn't successful if it needed only 3 years later. Henry A. Wallace, Rexford G. Tugwell, and George N. Peek ran it.
Megan and Krysta
We had to redo this multiple times and we got frustrated. So don't ask us to make you a flyer.