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Soil Conservation Service (SCS) (1935) Created by Soil Conservation Act (1935) to continue work of Soil Erosion Service (SES) created under Emergency Conservation Act (1933). Bureau of Reclamation (1902) Built dams and irrigation projects in the western states and major river basin projects on the Columbia, Colorado & Sacramento River systems. Armed Forces and National Defense Industries Improvements to military bases, funding for Naval & Coast Guard vessels, jobs for defense industry workers & tradesmen, energy for airplane production, job training for young unemployed men & women, discipline & leadership skills in the CCC. Art & Culture Projects of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA) (1934) Plays, concerts, and artwork.Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration (PRRA) (1935) Large-scale public works program, hired thousands of unemployed men & women, long-lasting improvements to infrastructure, education, health, agricultural land, etc. Army Corps of Engineers (1802) Built levees, dams and canals across the country, built the Missouri river basin project and made levee improvements along the Mississippi, Ohio and Sacramento Rivers. Public Works of Art Project (PWAP) (1933) Paid for by the CWA and operated by the U. Treasury Section of Fine Arts (TSFA) (1934)– originally called Treasury Section of Painting and Sculpture (TSPS) from 1934 to 1938, then Treasury Section of Fine Arts (TSFA) from 1938 to 1939, and then finally just Section of Fine Arts (SFA, located in the newly-created Public Buildings Administration, from 1939 to 1943 .Put unemployed, unskilled young men to work on rural and park improvements.Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) (1933) Created under the Tennessee Valley Authority Act.
Hired young men and women, both in and out of school, for works programs.
Legalized industry collaboration for price controls and collective bargaining for labor.
Agricultural Adjustment Act (1933, Reauthorized 1938) Created Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA).
Glass-Steagall Banking Act (1933) Created Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to insure personal bank accounts Separated commercial from investment banking – The ‘Firewall.’ Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) (1933) Insured bank deposits against bank failure, up to a certain level.
Securities Act (1933) & Securities Exchange Act (1934) Created Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).