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Emergency Banking Act
insurance up to $5,000
new deal
proposals and programs adopted by pres FR his response to the great depression.
Fireside Chats
FDR radio broadcast telling ppl about new deals and solutions to the great depression.
hundred days
1st 100 days of pres FDR's term in office.
Committee of Industrial Organizatons
sought to organize the nation's unskilled workers.
Congress of Industrial Organization
Labor group that split off from the American Federation of Labor in 1938 and organized unskilled steel, auto and other workers.
NLRA
National Labor Relations Act
programs used to enforce the provisions of the Wagner Act.
NLRA
National Labor Relations Act
legalized practices allowed only unevenly in the past, such as closed shops- in which only union members can work- and collective bargining
National Labor Relations Board
program used to force the provisions of the Wagner Act.
Fair Labor Standards Act
banned child labor and established a minimum wage for all workers covered under the act.
Social Security Act
established a system that provided old age pensions for worker; survivors' benefits for victims of industrial accidents unemployment insurance and aid for dependent mothers and children bloind and phisically enabled.
Huey Long
said "All Men are Kings" louisiana politician in 1930's called the kingfish suggested redistributing large fortunes by means of grants to families assasinated in 1935.
American Federation of Labor
done little to attract unskilled industrial workers during the half century of existence.