leaving 12.8 million people without jobs. 4,004 banks were suspended in 1933 due to financial difficulties. The value if U.S. exports was down $2.5 billion from 1928. And to top it all off, the whole Great Plains was shut down due to dust this developing situation, but his work just put a dent in the already booming depression. The whole world, in fact, was in the same fix we were in. Due to the war and the U.S.
raising the tariffs, other countries had few other countries to trade with. These countries couldnt condition, due to the war reparations and costs of casualties from both man and only a little better off than the rest of the nation, and even that didnt last long because hundreds of thousands of people who lived on the Great Plains migrated to the West Coast in hope for a new home, and a job to support their families. temporary camps for these people to live in. However, some people were forced to live in cities made of garbage and other scrap materials called Hoovervilles, where some whole families were forced to live in piano boxes and garbage cans. They often died from diseases because they had eaten rotten and decomposing garbage out of dumps. People could be seen chasing garbage trucks down the road and overtaking them to mug the garbage men of their trash.
At times, men might even go as far as to kill another for represented 25% of the labor force of the as a nickel for a hard hours work. More than 200,000 children, and even babies were wandering lost because their parents had died, only to later face starvation heaven… said many people describing Roosevelts step into office. He passed 15 major bills to flush money back into provided for the people by creating the Tennessee Valley Authority, (TVA).
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This brought hydroelectric power to the rural southerners. Then again, he implemented Administration, (AAA), which gave aid to farmers by giving them money for each acre of their land that they didnt use. This also overproduction of basic crops, to bring them back up to an average price 100 days of his term, he created his biggest achievement, the NRA, National Recovery Administration, which was a was well known to most companies.
The NIRA also created a $3.3 billion agency called the Public Works Administration, Social Security Act, which was intended to give pensions to workers that worked a certain amount of years, which still exists today. Social Security also insured 26 million Americans against income loss blindness. In that period of time, workers were lucky to average $1,200 a year, and didnt even think of retirement, for that was a luxury for people who had money. The pensions the workers received gave them the privilege of retirement. The first opportunity was a woman by the name of Ida Fuller, who paid about $24 of payroll taxes before retiring, and later receiving $20,000 before she turned 90 years old. kept piling up.The United Auto Workers declared a sit-down strike in General Michigan.
Detemined to drive the strikers out, police broke out windows, and fired teargas grenades and buck shot into the plant. The police, in return, got a hail of bricks doorhinges, and broken bottle wildfire, and soon, plants in 14 other states joined in, brining production to a strike by allowing the Wagner Act of 1935 to fortify, allowing the American employees to bargin collectively and join unions. However, later more strikers organized with their families, and the cops formed a line in front of the strikers and opened fire with everything they got Roosevelts New Deal Provided jobs and money enough to stop the down fall and increase production, employment, and the