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there are none it is on paper and I am supposed to write it
Ok, what was the role of the CCC back then in 1933?
to relieve the families during the Great Depression and give them jobs
So, if they did that what would be their role now?
hmm... would it be the same thing? To give people jobs?
so whats your question
it is up there just scroll up
What is the role of the CCC today? CCC = Civilian Conservation Corps
Formed in March 1933, the Civilian Conservation Corps, CCC, was one of the first New Deal programs. It was a public works project intended to promote environmental conservation and to build good citizens through vigorous, disciplined outdoor labor. Close to the heart of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the CCC combined his interests in conservation and universal service for youth. He believed that this civilian “tree army” would relieve the rural unemployed and keep youth “off the city street corners.”
is that what they still do today?
CCC enrollees throughout the country were credited with renewing the nation's decimated forests by planting an estimated three billion trees between 1933 and 1942. Today the legacy of the CCC is continued through the effort of thousands of young people who work on the same ground first restored by the men of the CCC.
oh! wow thank you for helping!
your welcome :)
I might have some more questions in a couple min. if you don't mind ;)
I am gonna close the question now