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Every-Day Edit: Civilian Conservation Corps

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From march 1933 to late 1942, if you were an unmarried mail between the ages of 18 and 23, you had a job in the United States. During the Great depression alot of people were out of work. To help create new jobs, President Franklin D. Roosevelt created The New Deal. Part of The New Deal was the Civilian Conversation Corps (CCC. The CCC gave young man a place to live, food to eat, and $30 a week to work across the country. They were required to send $25 of every $30 back to their familys. As a result, thousands of families were able to get back on there foot during the Great Depression.

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From March 1933 to late 1942, if you were an unmarried male between the ages of 18 and 23, you had a job in the United States. During the Great Depression a lot of people were out of work. To help create new jobs, President Franklin D. Roosevelt created The New Deal. Part of The New Deal was the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). The CCC gave young men a place to live, food to eat, and $30 a week to work across the country. They were required to send $25 of every $30 back to their families. As a result, thousands of families were able to get back on their feet during the Great Depression.

 

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