In 1933, Congress created the __________, famous for its blue eagle logo, which resembled World War I programs that brought together industry leaders and labor groups to boost production.

In 1934, Congress approved the __________ that encouraged states to provide better health care and education to Indian tribes.

Between March and June 1933, often dubbed the __________, Roosevelt prevailed on Congress to pass fourteen pieces of major legislation.

Passed in 1935, the __________ funded retirement pensions beginning at age 65, with workers' and employers' contributions.

In 1932, Hoover persuaded Congress to create the __________ to loan money to struggling banks, railroads, manufacturers, and mortgage companies.

Created in 1933, the __________ provided farmers with credit, and loans, as well as financial incentives to those who agreed to limit production of corn, wheat, cotton, tobacco, and livestock.

In June 1933, Congress enacted the __________, which established strict guidelines for banking operations and expanded the power of the Federal Reserve System.

The __________ built a network of dams and hydroelectric projects to control floods, generate power, and promote growth in a chronically poor area of the South.

Decades of corn and wheat cultivation on the Great Plains, the destruction of native grasses, and prolonged drought created the major ecological disaster of the 1930s, the __________.

The __________ required companies selling stock to the public to register with a federal agency and provide accurate information on what was being sold.

In 1934, Congress approved the __________ that encouraged states to provide better health care and education to Indian tribes.

President Roosevelt delivered a radio address on the banking crisis on March 12, 1933, the first of three dozen __________ he delivered on policy issues over the next twelve years.