The NRA was meant to increase jobs by eliminating "corrupt" competition from stores.
The National Recovery Administration
The NRA was created by FDR in June of 1933 to help the US economy climb out of the great depression. The government worked to create an environment for fair business competition and to give protection and rights to workers in the labor force. The NRA combined industry, labor, and government in an effort to create a minimum wage and create codes for businesses to follow.
In May of 1935, 2 years after it was established. It was unanimously found unconstitutional by the US Supreme Court. However, many of the business and labor provisions of the NRA were later individually enacted by Congress and continue in our laws today.