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Roosevelt Era [[image - black and white photograph of Franklin D. Roosevelt]] [[caption]] FDR, in traditional campaign hat, Philadelphia Navy Yard, October 27, 1944[[/caption]] FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, 1933-45 Seventy-third Congress, 1933-34 Emergency Bank Acts ■ Agricultural Adjustment Act ■ Unemployment Relief Act ■ Tennessee Valley Authority ■ Gold Repeal Joint Resolution ■ Employment Service Act ■ Home Owners Loan Act ■ Farm Credit Act ■ Glass-Steagall Act, creating Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ■ National Industrial Recovery Act ■ Truth in Securities Act ■ Twenty-first Amendment, repealing prohibition ■ Philippine Independence Act ■ Securities and Exchange Act ■ Reciprocal Trade Agreement Act ■ National Housing Act ■ Federal Farm Mortgage Act ■ Frazier-Lemke Farm Bankruptcy Act ■ Crime Control Acts ■ Federal Communications Act ■ Seventy-fourth Congress, 1935-36 National Labor Relations Act ■ Social Security Act ■ Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act ■ Rural Electrification Act ■ Revenue Acts, reforming corporate income tax ■ Walsh-Healy Act, requiring government contractors to pay prevailing wages ■ Seventy-fifth Congress, 1937-38 Establishment of Maritime Commission ■ United States Housing Authority Act ■ "Pump Priming" Act ■ Fair Labor Standards Act, setting minimum wages and maximum hours ■ Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act ■ Civil Aeronautics Act ■ Seventy-seventh Congress, 1941-42 Lend Lease Act ■ Emergency Price Control Act ■ Second War Powers Act ■ Seventy-eighth Congress, 1943-44 GI Bill of Rights ■ War Mobilization and Reconversion Act ■ 79
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