Banking Act of 1933 By isaiah hawkins

Banks at this time became corrupt

People were putting money in and not being able to take it out

F.D.R, current president at the time wanted a stop to it

And the banking Act of 1933 sure did that

Franklin D. Roosevelt Wanted a change just as much as the people for the people. After only three days from the banking holiday, our great president F.D.R took notice of the wrong the banks were doing to the people. He wanted a change That would benefit the people but wont destroy the banks. He had the great idea of the "Emergency Banking act" Where He closed banks Until they had the abilities to be the banks america needed. Now, they are thriving and better than ever. Don't believe me? Go down to your to nearest bank and make deposit and watch your money be safe and secure for when you want it. We are Making difference now the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.

"It is common sense to take a method and try it. If it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But above all, try something!"

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Isaiah Hawkins
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Created with images by UnTapping The World - "Bank Vaults under Hotels in Toronto, Ontario" • skeeze - "door bank vault" • free pictures of money - "Money" • pablovandenbosch - "vault copper bank" • pat p@ p.a.t. PATP.A.T. P@ - "stop!" • cliff1066™ - "I Want You/F.D.R." • dbking - "Selma Burke's "FDR Bronze Plaque""

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