The Public Works Administration helped provide employment and also improving public welfare.

Public Works Administration

PWA

"Big Businesses make big bucks!"

The Public Works Administration is a relief program

Emily Worthington

1933-1941

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The Public Works Administration was created on June 13, 1933 by the National Industry Recovery Act. IT was created to help with unemployment and public welfare. FDR agreed to put it on the New Deal Reforms. The Public Works Administration spent a total of $6 billion

In June 1941, the abolished the Public Works Administration. They abolished it because they put their industry toward war production. When they started war production, they didn't need the PWA. It was considered just extra spending