The New Deals - The New Deals FDR and the 1st New Deal...

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The New Deals 07/04/2008 11:05:00 FDR and the 1 st  New Deal 1933-1935 Very active approach in trying to fix the depression 1945-1936 was a lull First 100 Days of any Presidency are crucial to every new administration  Inaugural Address-pg 143 in Voices o Hope for the nation, we will revive and prosper o Crisis of confidence; it looks bad, it is bad, but we will get up and will  overcome the depression. New Deal Policies o Bank Holiday is called  o The focus of policy is on relief and recovery at first,  reform was in the  2 nd  New Deal o Pg 763 chart of Agency Acronyms  FDIC CCC (Civilian Conservation Core) lasts all the way through the  depression; employs young men AAA (Agriculture Administration Act) where farmers were paid to  slaughter cattle and plow over land to reduce surplus 
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