National Recovery Administration

New Deal agency established by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933

The National Recovery Administration (NRA) was an agency in the Federal government of the United States in the 1930s, during the New Deal. It was formed by the National Recovery Act during the first "Hundred Days" of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. It regulated the economy. It was the first agencies that could control minimum wages. It was headed by Hugh S. Johnson, a former general. The NRA lasted until 1935, when the United States Supreme Court said it was unconstitutional.[1]

Logo of the NRA

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  1. "Remember when" (NewsBank). The Advocate. Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Capital City Press. 1993-06-13. p. 12-I. Retrieved April 30, 2019.