Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal promised relief, recovery, and reform. For each one of these promisees, explain who or what the promise was aimed at helping and give and example of a program or act FDR created to fulfill his promise.
The three promises of FDR's New Deal are relief, for the jobless, recovery, for the economy, and reform for preventing another depression. One example of a relief program was his creation of the Civilian Conservation Corp which gave men from ages 18-25 jobs planting trees, building bridges and dams. One example of the recovery program was Agricultural Adjustment Act which was when government paid farmers to not grow certain crops or to destroy them and livestock. One example of the Reform program was the creation of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation which insured depositors' money in banks.