The New Deal: A Response To The Great Depression

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The new deal was a series of of federal programs, work projects, financial change, and even some new regulations. All this came into play as a response to the Great Depression. Some of the federal programs incorporated the CCC ( Civilian Conservative Corps) , the CWA (Civil Works Administration), the FSA (Farm Security Administration), the NIRA of 1933 ( National Industrial Recovery Act) , and the SSA (Social Security Administration). These programs offered support for the farmers, the unemployed, for the youth, and also for the elderly. With all that came new restraints and safeguards on all the banking industry with changes to the monetary system. Most of these programs came into play during the period of 1933-1938, although some of them

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