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Aims of the New Deal

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Aims of the new deal

The aims of the new deal are relief, recovery and reform relief is for the old the sick and the unemployed their were many different agencies for all the different aims but some were for more then one section of the new deal the ones for the relief part are

CCC
CWA
FERA

The what they do are CCC = civilian conservation cos
they gave young men new jobs, food and a small wage relief from unemployment the jobs they got given were jobs like clearing land, planting trees to stop oil blowing away , and - strengthening river banks for flood control. The young men got food and clothing and a sense of purpose and most of all a small wage of $1 a day it was also hoped that men sent from the cities would become healthy as a result from the fresh air nearly three million people took part in the scheme. The CWA = civilian works administration was designed as a short-term scheme to give as many people jobs as possible (four million over the winter 1933-34) some useful work such as building roads, was carried out but many of the jobs, such as sweeping up leaves in parks or getting out - of - work actors to give free shows, simply gave people something to do. FERA = Federal Emergency Relief Administration was given $500 million to help thousands of Americans who were homeless, penniless and on the brink of starvation. Most of the money was used to increase the number of soup kitchens and to provide clothing , schools and employment schemes

The second aim of the new deal was reform which ensures the great depression never happens again the ones for reform are

TVA
SSA

TVA = Tennessee Valley Authority
was set up to develop the Tennessee valley, a vast area which cut through seven states. It was a poverty - stricken area with soil erosion and flooding. The TVA organised the building of 33 dams to control the Tennessee River. Measures were taken to improve the quality of the soil so that it could be farmed again, and new forests were...
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