One of FDR's programs from the depression, which still supports the elderly and those unable to work today, is the_____ which stands for__________ Word Bank Winston Churchill, Fascism, United...

One of FDR's programs from the depression, which still supports the elderly and those unable to work today, is the_____ which stands for__________

Word Bank

Winston Churchill, Fascism, United Nations, Harry Truman,

Joseph Stalin, CCC, Brownshirts, Nazi Party, Anastasio

somoza, F.D Roosevelt, SSA, Washington Conference,

Blackshirts, Adolph Hitler, Dwight D Eisenhower, Douglas

Macarthur, TVA, Lend-Lease Act

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pohnpei397 eNotes educator| Certified Educator

Of the options you have here, three of them are programs from the Depression.  Of those, a couple are still around today.  But the correct answer for this is the SSA.  This stands for the Social Security Administration.

Social Security is the program that we all pay into when we get paid (it's taken out of your paycheck, it's why you have to have a social security number) and which we (hopefully) will all get money from when we retire.

The other two New Deal programs on here are the CCC -- Civilian Conservation Corps and the TVA -- Tennessee Valley Authority.

 

krishna-agrawala | Student

Noe of the options listed appear to be the right answer. There can be no doubt that the most important part of the e New Deal program of Franklin D. Roosevelt to benefit the elderly and those not able to work was the Social Security Act (SSA). This act, which was passed passed during the Second Hundred Days of the new deal program provided pension for the aged, insurance for the jobless, and payments for blind, disabled, needy and the children. Provisions of this act with suitable modifications is an important part of the US program of elderly,and unemployed even today.