|Author:||Forrest A. Walkers|
|Title:||The Civil Works Administration: An Experiment in Federal Work Relief, 1933-1934|
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|Publisher:||Garland Pub. (December 1, 1978)|
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Schwartz, Bonnie Fox. The Civil Works Administration, 1933-1934: The Business of Emergency Employment in the New Deal (1984), a standard scholarly history. Walker, Forrest A. The Civil Works Administration: an experiment in Federal work relief, 1933-1934 (1979), a standard scholarly history. McJimsey, George, ed. FDR, Harry Hopkins, and the civil works administration (LexisNexis, 2006) 679 pages; vol 30. of the Documentary History of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Administration
The Civil Works Administration (CWA), created in the fall of 1933 and disbanded the following spring, was the first, public employment experiment of the New Deal. At its peak in January of 1934, CWA employed approximately four million workers. The program initiated many projects that later were absorbed by the Works Progress Administration (WPA, 1935 to 1941). Perhaps most importantly, CWA took several million relief recipients off of the federal "dole" and gave them employment and regular wages. The Civil Works Administration: An Experiment in Federal Work Relief, 1933–1934.
Walker, Forrest A. Roosevelt Administration. Report on Civil Works Administration of Alabama, Jefferson County Division, Nov. 19, 1933 - Mar. 31, 1934" in the Birmingham Public Library's Digital Collections. Headed by Harry Hopkins and run as an entirely federal program, the CWA recruited more than 4 millio. Historical Dictionary of the Roosevelt–Truman Era. Roosevelt Administration
Book Description: Bonnie Fox Schwartz examines the New Deal's Civil Works Administration, the first federal job-creation program for the unemployed. Originally published in 1984.
Forrest A. Walker, The Civil Works Administration: An Experiment in Federal Work Relief, (New York: Garland Publishing, 1979), 33. M Erc atus center at george ma son u niversit y. DC, hotel as Hopkins explained how the new program squared with the expectations of his audience. 17 In February 1934, the CWA began to curtail its activities, and on March 31, it effectively ceased operation. During its 136 days of existence, the CWA undertook 177,600 projects, from sealing abandoned coal mines to compiling and analyzing climate data from the Soviet Union.
CHAPTER NINE Reconversion to Work Relief: the FERA Work Division and the WPA ON FEBRUARY 28, 1934, the White House issued a press re lease, announcing a new three-point program under which the Federal Emergency Relief Administration would replace the scrapped CWA. Throughout the winter, FERA grants-in-aid had continued to support direct relief as well as supplementary programs for transients and self-help cooperatives through state and local emergency relief offices. Now, the FERA would take up the great burden, according to an ambitious blueprint
Start by marking Civil Works Administration, 1933-1934: The Business of Emergency Employment in the New Deal as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Bonnie Fox Schwartz examines the New Deal's Civil Works Administration, the first federal job-creation program for the unemployed.