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12 June, 07:19

How were workers protected because of the New Deal?

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  1. 12 June, 07:56
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    The subsequent National Labor Relations Act of 1935 allowed for collective bargaining and essentially led to the development of the labor movement in the United States, which protected workers' rights and wages. But New Deal programs alone weren't enough to end the Great Depression.
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