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Public Works Programs
Regulating The Economy
FDR initiated many public works programs to help ease unemployment and reinvest in the American economy. Citizens found work and a wage. They also increased buying confidence.
FDR wanted to restore the public's confidence to save their money again and make bank deposits. He helped restore banks and their lending powers.
To regulate the economy, FDR instituted the National Industrial Recovery Act in 1933. It helped regulate wages , production and prices. However, the regulation was not met with opposition, and many businesses fell back into depression.
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