• anonymous
What was the main goal of the Public Works Administration? to hire writers and artists to record the experiences of the era to beautify cities with public murals and other works of art to employ people to construct public buildings and infrastructure to practice environmental conservation on forests and other public land
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The answer is C "The Act budgeted billions of dollars on public works construction thus providing employment to a large number of the unemployed, improve the public welfare, and contribute to stabilizing the economy and reviving American industry. It was first suggested by the Secretary of Labor, Frances Perkins and approved by such New Dealers as Harold Ickes, James Farley, and Henry Wallace."
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