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What does the Federal Emergency Relief Act/Administration (FERA) do?
Establishes Civil Works Administration (CWA)- puts adults to work on temporary public works projects
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Federal Emergency Relief Act (1933)
One of the New Deal’s most comprehensive measures, this 1933 act appropriated $500 million to support state and local treasuries that had run dry
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READING COMP.2 Unemployment was the overriding fact of life when Franklin D. Roosevelt became president of the United States on March 4, 1993. An anomaly of the time was that the government did not systematically collect statistics of joblessness; actually it did not start doing so until 1940. The Bureau of Labor Statistics later estimated that 12,830,000 persons were out of work in 1933, about 1/4 of a civilian labor force of more than 51 million. Roosevelt signed the Federal Emergency Relief Act of May 12, 1933. The president selected Harry L. Hopkins, who headed the New York relief program, to run FERA. A gifted administrator, Hopkins quickly put the program into high gear. He gathered a small staff in Washington and brought the state relief organizations into the FERA system. While the agency tried to provide all the necessities, food came first. City dwellers usually got an allowance for fuel, and rent for one month was provided in case of eviction. This passage is primarily about A) unemployment in the 1930s. B) the effect of unemployment on the United States families. C) President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s presidency. D) President Roosevelt’s FERA program.
Federal Emergency Relief Act (FERA)
1933 First New Deal Headed by: Harry Hopkins Purpose: To alleviate household unemployment by creating new unskilled jobs in local and state government. Significance: It provided direct relief to the needy ($3 billion total). Closed: FERA was terminated in 1935.
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