What long term effects of the new deal can still be

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What long-term effects of the New Deal can still be felt today?
Vocabulary Bank holiday – the temporary closure of U.S. banks designed to give the government time to stabilize the banking system following the crash of the stock market in 1929 Court-packing plan – plan suggested by Roosevelt to expand the U.S. Supreme Court by six judges First Hundred Days – initial period of Roosevelt's presidency during which many of the First New Deal programs were passed First New Deal – period of the New Deal spanning 1934–1935; focused mostly on financial reform and job creation New Deal – government policies and programs under Roosevelt during the 1930s Second New Deal – period of the New Deal spanning 1936–1938; focused mostly on improving general welfare Sit-down strike – strike in which workers shut down a factory from within Social Security – federal program that makes regular payments to people who are older, have disabilities, or are unemployed Welfare state – system under which citizens rely on the government to protect their basic economic security New Deal Program What did it do? Emergency Banking Act It was an attempt to stabilize the banking system.
Banking Act (Glass-Steagall Act) It prohibits commercial banks from engaging in the investment business Agricultural Adjustment Act It was designed to boost agricultural prices by reducing surpluses Tennessee Valley Authority Provide navigation, flood control, electricity generation, fertilizer manufacturing, and economic development to the Tennessee valley Civilian Conservation Corps Designed to provide jobs for young men and to relieve families who had difficulty finding jobs during the Great Depression National Recovery Act President would regulate industry for fair wages and prices that would stimulate economic recovery National Recovery Administration It helped eliminate unhealthy competition and it helped people set minimum wage and maximum hours. Public Works Administration It built dams, bridges, hospitals and schools. It also helped by employing people. Social Security Act It made sure people who were retired were able to still get paid, and gave them insurance against unemployment Works Progress Administration It employed men, usually unskilled, to build public properties such as roads and buildings. Court-Packing Plan The law would have added one justice to the Court for each over the age of 70, with a maximum of six additional justices Wagner Act Guarantees basic rights of private sector employees to organize into trade unions, engage in collective bargaining for better terms and conditions at work Fair Labor Standards Act Made sure there is a pay for overtime and minimum wages

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