A Mini-Book on the New Deal Due: Friday, March 13th The New Deal: In the 1930s, FDR and Congress created a wide range of federal agencies and programs to bring the U.S. out of the Depression. The goal was to reduce unemployment and restore prosperity. You will create a mini book on the major programs of the New Deal. First, the front page of your book will have a title! Next, you will devote one page to each of the following programs: o Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA) o Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) o Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) o Federal Writers’ Project (FWP) o National Labor Relations Act (Wagner Act) o National Recovery Administration (NRA) o Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) o Social Security Act (SSA) o Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) o Works Progress Administration (WPA) Each page will include the following information on each program. Use headings to identify the info. o Title! Full name of program (including acronym) as a title on the top of the page o Why was it created? Description of the program’s purpose. What is created to provide relief to the poor? Stimulate recovery? Reform the American economy? o What did it do? Name and explain two specific accomplishments of this program. o Who participated in the program? Who benefited from this program? Gender, age, race? o Catchy Slogan! You need to come up with some way to remember this acronym and this program. Create a memory device like a cute little trick to help you remember that the REA had to do with getting electricity to rural areas. o Draw a picture/symbol that relates to the purpose and goal of the program. You will not copy and paste large amounts of information word for word from Wikipedia.