Works Progress Administration. Presented by: Michael Presutti Timothy Iversen Ryan Replogle. Enacting the WPA. Congress funds WPA under New Deal Enacted with passage of ERAA (1935) Headed by Harry Hopkins WPA initially intended as FERA extension
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