First New Deal: Industry and Labor
|The National Recovery Administration (NRA), established in 1933 with the National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA), attempted to end cut-throat competition by setting codes of fair competitive practice to generate more jobs and thus more buying. Although welcomed initially, the NRA was soon criticized for overregulation and was unable to achieve industrial recovery. It was declared unconstitutional in 1935...|
Click here to print this worksheet. Answer Key: 1. National Recovery Administration (NRA); 2. National Labor Relations Act; 3. National Labor Relations Board; 4. B - Democrats.