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Public Works Administration (PWA), part of the New Deal of 1933, was a large- scale public ... Frances Perkins had first suggested a federally financed public works program, and the idea received considerable support from Harold L. Ickes,  ...

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A public employment programme (PEP)' or 'public works programme (PWP)' is the provision of employment by the ...

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Frances Perkins had first suggested a federally financed public works program, and the idea received considerable support from Harold Ickes, James Farley, ...

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Public Works Administration (PWA), in U.S. history, New Deal government agency ... Since Roosevelt wanted to be sure the program would not invite fraud and ...

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EDA's Public Works program helps distressed communities revitalize, expand, and upgrade their physical infrastructure. This program enables communities to ...

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EDA Programs. Public Works. Empowers distressed communities to revitalize, expand, and upgrade their physical infrastructure to attract new industry, ...

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Extension and revision of the federal program of public works is one of the major undertakings to which the Hoover administration has pledged itself. Statements ...

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The Works Progress Administration, or WPA, was an employment and ... (for Public Works Administration, another New Deal program) or “Depression Moderne.

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States during the Great Depression is an example of a public works program in a ... and (V) a hypothesis on the effectiveness of public works programs on ...