Anonymous asked in Arts & HumanitiesHistory · 1 decade ago

The Tennessee Valley Authority?

A. built hundreds of schools, bridges, post offices, and other federal buildings.

B. put millions of young men to work in national parks and forests.

C. promoted cooperation between industry and labor.

D. pushed for hydroelectric development.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    What is TVA?

    The Tennessee Valley Authority is a federal corporation and the nation’s largest public power company. As a regional development agency, TVA supplies reliable, competitively priced power, supports a thriving river system, and stimulates sustainable economic development in the public interest. TVA operates fossil-fuel, nuclear, and hydropower plants, and also produces energy from renewable sources. It manages the nation’s fifth-largest river system to reduce flood damage, produce power, maintain navigation, provide recreational opportunities, and protect water quality in the 41,000-square-mile watershed.

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