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New Deal Agencies Still in Effect Today

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sid roorda

on 1 March 2013

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Transcript of New Deal Agencies Still in Effect Today

New Deal Agencies Still
in Effect Today by: Sid Roorda Social Security Administration Securities Act of 1933 Social Security Act (SSA) National Labor Relations Act
(NLRA) Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Farmers Home
Administration (FHA) Social Security System Federal Crop Insurance Corporation (FCIC) Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Government programed that provides basic needs to citizens who are retired, unemployed, or unemployable due to a disability or disadvantage. It is funded by mandatory payroll contributions from employees, employers, and from the government's tax revenue. It insures bank deposits and supervises state banks. 1938: It insures crops and livestock against loss of production or revenue. It helped poor farmers by a variety of economic and educational programs. 1933: Effort to modernize very poor region, centered on dams that generated electricity on the Tennessee River. A government commission created by congress to regulate the securities markets and protect investors. 1935: It set up National Labor Relations Board to supervise labor-management relations; In the 1930s, it strongly favored labor unions. 1935: A government agency that administers the social insurance programs in the United States. It created the SEC, 1933: codified standards for sale and purchase of stock, required investments to be accurately disclosed. 1935: It provided financial assistance to elderly, handicapped, paid for employee and employer payroll contributions. 1933: Gold reserves no longer backed currency Abandoment of gold standard It provides public utilities such as: electricity, telephone, water sewer, etc to rural areas in the US via public-private partnerships. Rural Electrification Administration (REA) THE END :)
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