Agriculture Adjustment Act -bRIANNA TAM-

Who

Franklin D. Roosevelt
Farmers

What

  • The AAA was created by FDR during his first 100 days in office
  • Recovery Program
  • The government regulated the amount of crops produced
  • Sought to control overproduction & increase prices of agricultural products
  • Gave farmers a subsidy to grow fewer cops
  • Restricted production during the New Deal by paying farmers to reduce crop area
  • Its purpose was to reduce crop surplus.

When

  • Created by FRD during his first 100 days in office - 1993

Where

Historical Significance

  • The AAA was a program created to help reduce the crop surplus and benefitted the farmers greatly with payment from the government.

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