Roosevelt remained vague onthe campaign trail, promisingonly that under hispresidency government wouldact decisively to en...
 New Deal-1(1933-35) The Agricultural AdjustmentAct (AAA), passed in 1933 government sought tostimulate increased farm ...
 Aimed at restoring the economyfrom the bottom up The Works ProgressAdministration was a hugefederal jobs program that s...
 Outbreak of World War IIcauses US factories flooded with ordersform armaments and munitions Unemployment decreases and...
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  1. 1. Roosevelt remained vague onthe campaign trail, promisingonly that under hispresidency government wouldact decisively to end theDepression.
  2. 2.  New Deal-1(1933-35) The Agricultural AdjustmentAct (AAA), passed in 1933 government sought tostimulate increased farm pricesby paying farmers to produceless. It did little for smaller farmersand led to the eviction andhomelessness of tenants andsharecroppers whoselandlords hardly needed theirservices under a system thatpaid them to grow less
  3. 3.  Aimed at restoring the economyfrom the bottom up The Works ProgressAdministration was a hugefederal jobs program that soughtto hire unemployed breadwinnersfor the purpose strengtheningtheir familys well-being as wellas boosting consumer demand. National Labour Relations Act of1935New Deal (1935-40s)
  4. 4.  Outbreak of World War IIcauses US factories flooded with ordersform armaments and munitions Unemployment decreases andproduction increase Depression ends completely bythe time the US enters the war in1941

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