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Civilian Conservation Corps During the 1930s the economic situation of the untied states was very bad The nation was in severe debt and there was no really plan on getting out of it Unemployment was running rampant and in the inner cities most people had no means of supporting their families There was another huge problem that was plaguing the country soil erosion and lack of timber was a big environmental issue In 1932 Franklin Delano Roosevelt was voted in as president of the United States and right away started to eat away at unemployment and the environmental issues by bringing them together FDRs plan was to put thousands of unemployed young men in to Corps that would focus on helping the environment By employing these young men they would have a steady income of 3000 a month 2500 would be sent home to family members and at the some time the Government would have a cheap was to help countryside This plan helped young men support their families in a time of great finacial unrest but in the same turn it would help the Enviroment There were many dams parks and environmentally helpful structures that CCC workers built in Vermont many of which are still around today The CCC helped built the Waterbury Dam after the flood of 1938 1 The CCC was just one of the many parts of the New Deal that was a series of steps that would eventually pull the Untied States out of debt while helping out families The CCC was by far the most popular act in the New Deal even polititions that adamantly oppesed the New Deal as a whole gave FDR enourmous credit for the formation of the CCC 2 While the new jobs helped young men and families it also went much further in its finacial aide Local country stores and other small
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