Civilian Conservation Corps (1933)
Tennessee Valley Authority (1933)
Federal Emergency Relief Administration (1933)
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (1933)
National Recovery Administration (1933)
Public Works Administration (1933)
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (1933)
Securities and Exchange Commission (1934)
Rural Electrification Administration (1935)
Works Progress Administraion (1935)
Social Security Act (1935)
National Labor Relations Act (Wagner Act, 1935)
Farm Security Administration (1937)
Fair Labor Standards Act (1938)
Civilian Conservation Corps
Provided jobs for young men to plant trees, build bridges and parks, and set up flood control projects.
Tennessee Valley Authority
Built dams to provie cheap electric power to seven southern states; set up schools and health centers
Federal Emergency Relief Administration
Gave relief to the unemployed and needy.
Agricultural Adjustment Administration
Paid farmers not to grow certain crops.
National Recovery Administration
Helped devise standards for production, price, and wages.
Public Works Administration
Built ports, schools, and aircraft carriers.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Insured savings accountts in banks approved by the government.
Securities and Exchange Commission
Regulated the sale of stocks and bonds and punished dishonest brokers and speculators
Rural Electrification Administration
Loaned money to extend electricity to rural areas.
Works Progress Administraion
Employed men and women to build hospitals, schools, parks, and airports; employed artists, writers, and musicians
Social Security Act
Set up a system of pensions for the elderly, ,unemployed, and people with disabilities
National Labor Relations Act (Wagner Act)
Guaranteed workers the right to form unions to bargain collectively with their employers. It also created the National Labor Relations Board.
Farm Security Administration
Lent money to sharecroppers; set up camps for migrant workers.
Fair Labor Standards Act
Established minimum wages and maximum hours for all businesses engaged in interstate commerce