In the early 1930s, drought hit the great plains and the top soil literally blew away, creating what was termed the american “dust bowl”. federal conservation programs were created to rehabilitate the dust bowl so that farmers could start over rather than abandon their land and move away. this is an example of
The creation of Federal conservation programs to rehabilitate the Dust Bowl was an example of government intervention to prevent migration from an era. There were measures like the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the National Recovery Association and the Civilian Conservation Corps, which were associated with the New Deal. Franklin D Roosevelt believed that it was crucial to provide with direct federal relief to individuals instead of reforming the business community.
By creating these programs, the Federal government focused on rehabilitating the lands so they would not become uninhabitable, leading to farmers and whole communities to leave the land and looking fo opportunities elsewhere.
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The answer to number one i D
a peace conference held after the surrender of japan
an international conference held near the end of world war ii
a meeting of the victorious nations after the defeat of germany
a summit meeting between the united states and the soviet union
a and b!
dfroos means which is a and b