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Virgin Islands Company (1934) Rehabilitated the sugar and rum industries of the Virgin Islands; reduced unemployment; provided various farm services and loan programs; coordinated with a homesteading program. Travel Bureau (1937) Helped increase recreational travel & tourism within the United States.
Legislation for American Indians in Oklahoma and Native Alaskans (1936) Extended provisions of the Indian Reorganization Act to these areas. Emergency Banking Relief Act (1933) Gave the president emergency powers over the US banking system, under which he called a ‘bank holiday’ to allow evaluation of all banks and closure of insolvent ones.
For each New Deal program, there is a summary of the law, agency, goals and achievements, as well as key actors and legacies.
Legalized industry collaboration for price controls and collective bargaining for labor.
Agricultural Adjustment Act (1933, Reauthorized 1938) Created Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA).
Allowed federal regulation of stock trading in public corporations.
Gold Reserve Act (1934) Called in all private gold and created a government hoard (Fort Knox).
Some came into being by law, some by executive order; some are well known, some are not; some changed names or were amended in mid-course; some lasted only a few years, some still exist.