FERA

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Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
American History
Grade:
8

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FERA

The FERA was originally created by Herbert Hoover in 1932, before Roosevelt renamed it within his first hundred days as president. However, the administration was replaced just three years later in 1935 by the Works Progress Administration. The idea of the FERA was to distribute loans to states in order for them to create programs that would give jobs to poor. Fera distributed more than 3 billion dollars in order to provide more than 30 million people.

Projects/Activities

While FERA did create jobs, a vast majority of those affected were left without jobs in poverty. (Millions) Thus, FERA was branded a failure, ousted in three years and replaced by far more successful programs that remain to this day.

Work opportunities were sufficiently diversified to give relief workers jobs in their previous line of work. The working conditions and wages also had to be the same as their old ones. The point of the FERA was to distribute loans to states in order to create porgrams to give jobs to the poor. Plan for workers: 1) Planning' 2) Public Health, welfare and recreation; 3) Education arts and research.

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Summary

Success?

FERA is here all day to make things okay!

Who it helped:The FERA distributed more than 3 billion total dollars to 30 Million poor, unemployed citizens through unskilled government labor.

Women get jobs typing from the Federal Emergency Relief Administration.

Harry Hopkins:The former president and executive director of the New York State Temporary Emergency Relief Administration was appointed by Roosevelt as the head of the FERA for three years.

Federal Emergency Relief Administration


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