Newly energized unions representing industrial workers and accepting blacks and minorities formed the __________ in 1935.
Passed in 1935, the __________ funded retirement pensions beginning at age 65, with workers' and employers' contributions.
In 1934, Congress approved the __________ that encouraged states to provide better health care and education to Indian tribes.
In June 1933, Congress enacted the __________, which established strict guidelines for banking operations and expanded the power of the Federal Reserve System.
Between March and June 1933, often dubbed the __________, Roosevelt prevailed on Congress to pass fourteen pieces of major legislation.
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.
On March 9, 1933, the president persuaded Congress to pass an __________, which established a system to audit, loan funds to, and reopen banks under Treasury Department supervision.
The __________ created a Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) to regulate stock markets and activities by brokers.
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.
The __________ required companies selling stock to the public to register with a federal agency and provide accurate information on what was being sold.
Craft unions representing trades such as carpenters, plumbers, and electricians dominated the largest labor organization, the __________.