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The PWA does many different things for the public. So lets get into how the program started.
It all started during the Great Depression when people were not able to pay for rent or food and had to live on the streets or in cardboard boxes.
Then Franklin D. Roosevelt created the New Deal Program which included many programs and the PWA.
The PWA then provided jobs for the unemployed. The jobs that they provided where mainly construction related.
So the PWA helped many Americans get out of poverty during the Great Depression.
But the PWA was soon dissolved in the 1940's after the Great Depression and was never retrieved.
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