Which new deal initiatives were designed to the economy recover from the great depression? choose all answers that are correct. a. transferring all businesses to governmental control b. creating government agencies to put people to work c. insuring bank deposits d. restricting job opportunities for women and blacks
B. Creating government agencies to put people to work and C. Insuring bank deposits.
To help the economy recover from the Great Depression, the American president Franklin D. Roosevelt (1933–45) created several government agencies to put people back to work, a few examples of those agencies are the Civilian Conservation Corps (1933) that gave millions of young men employment on environmental projects, such as planting trees and constructing trails and shelters; the Works Progress Administration (1935) that employed mostly unskilled men to carry out public works projects, such as the construction of public buildings and roads; and the Tennessee Valley Authority (1933) that provided jobs and electricity to the rural Tennessee River Valley (OPTION B).
He also intended to restore American confidence in the banking system, after the collapse of many banks in the 1930s. He did so by enacting the 1933 Banking Act, which formed the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. This corporation provided deposit insurance to depositors in U.S. commercial banks and savings institutions and regulated some banking practices (OPTION C).
b: the establishment clause
c. mass = force / accellaration