History
Brockett578
35

30 PONITS FOR BEST ANSWER!!!!!!!! Answer these questions for the following program •The name of the program ? •What the program did ? •When was it implemented? •Does it still exist today? 1.FERA (Federal Emergency Relief Administration) 2.PWA (Public Works Administration) 3.AAA (Agricultural Adjustment Administration) 4.TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) 5.CCC (Civilian Conservation Corp) 6.FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)

+3
(2) Answers
Lynor

The name of the program: FERA (Federal Emergency Relief Administration) What the program did: This program gave loans and grants to states to operate relief programs. When was it implemented: It was implemented in May 1933 Does it still exist today: No, FERA dissolved in December 1935 The name of the program: PWA (Public Works Administration) What the program did: This program built hospitals, schools, and other public works to make more jobs to bring the economy back up after the Great Depression. When was it implemented: It was implemented in 1933, as a part of the New Deal Does it still exist today: No, it was shut down in 1943. The name of the program: AAA (Agricultural Adjustment Administration) What the program did: Its purpose was to reduce the amount of extra crops so that way the price of crops would increase. They did this by paying farmers not to grow extra crops. When was it implemented: It was implemented in May 12, 1933 Does it still exist today: Yes, it is still in effect. The name of the program: TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) What the program did: The purpose of TVA was to provide food, navigation, electricity, etc to the Tennessee Valley, a region badly affected by the Great Depression When was it implemented: It was implemented on May 18, 1933 Does it still exist today: Yes, it is still in effect. The name of the program: CCC (Civilian Conservation Corp) What the program did: The purpose of this program was to employ young men to do labor work. When was it implemented: It was implemented in 1933 Does it still exist today: No, it was closed in 1942 The name of the program: FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation) What the program did: This program guarantees the safety of the money you deposit into a bank for up to $250,000 When was it implemented: It was implemented in June 16, 1933 Does it still exist today: Yes, it is still in effect. Hope that helped :)

BeataStezzi458

FERA helped fund states to establish relief programs. It was founded in 1933 and terminated in 1935. PWA helped many people get jobs by building many public works. It was created solely to help the economy after the Great Depression. It was founded in 1933 and lasted for another decade until 1943. AAA paid farmers to not grow extra crops. This helped by making the price of the crops increase. It was founded in 1933 and still strives today. TVA helped by providing the Tennessee Valley with crucial necessities after the Great Depression. It was founded in 1933 and still strives today. CCC employed people for work. It was founded in 1933 and lasted for nine more years until 1942. FDIC insures deposits in banks for at least $250,000. It was founded in 1933 and still exists today. I hope I have helped you. :D

Add answer