FDR's New Deals

  • The Inauguration of FDR

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    FDR's Presidency

  • FDR Calls the first Bank Holiday

    Shuts down banks to prevent future bank runs and stabilize the remaining banks.
  • FDR Begins to send new bills to Congress

    This period between March 9th and June 16th 1933 becomes known as "The Hundred Days".
  • Emergency Banking Relief Act Passed

    Law requiring federal examiners to survey and license backs that were considered financially sound.
  • FDR's First Fireside Chat

    Millions tuned in thier radios to listen to FDR talk.
  • The Civilian Conservation Corps is Created

    Millions are put to work building public works, railroads, and forest trails due to this new Corps.
  • The Agriculture Adjustment Act is Passed

    Farmers are payed to destroy and leave crops unplanted to drive crop prices up.
  • Tennessee Valley Authority

    TVA Designed to create power and jobs in southern states, promoting farming, energy, and mining projects.
  • National Recovery Administration

    Founded to set codes and regulations for industries and bussinesses.
  • The Public Works Administration is Created

    Spends over $3 Billion on public works, such as highways, dams, and buildings. Designed to promote things such as the CCC.
  • 21st Amendment

    Repeals the 18th, ends prohibition
  • FCA

    The Farm Credit Administration founded to provide loans to credit farmers.
  • Securities Exchange Commission

    SEC created to regulate secure transactions.
  • Federal Housing Administration

    the FHA is created to regulate housing prices and promote homeownership.
  • Beginning of Phase 2

    FDR begins Phase 2 of the New Deal.
  • WPA and ERAA

    The Works Progress Administration is created by the Emergency Relief Appropriation Act to create new projects and public works.
  • Schecter vs. United States

    NIRA ruled unconstitutional.
  • National Labour Relations Act

    Signed.
  • Social Security Act

    Retirement Pensions, Financial Aid, and Unemployment insurance.
  • Agricultural Adjustment Act ruled Unconstitutional

  • FDR Begins Second Term

  • Ended Second Term.