What was the Farm Credit Act of 1933?


What was the Farm Credit Act of 1933?

The Great Depression:

The Great Depression started in 1929 following a stock market crash that caused multiple industries to fail. The depressions effects were global and widespread in America and Europe and led to political shifts in many nations.

Answer and Explanation:

The Farm Credit Act of 1933 was a bill passed as part of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal to help agriculture.

Agriculture is a slow industry to...

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