In this cartoon, it shows FDR, the President at the time, looking upon a barn representing the “Farm Industry.” On the barn there are defects such as farm poverty, prices, and a low economy. FDR is saying that “It’s time for a new “coat” meaning that he will cover up and “fix” the flaws with the “paint,” which represents the New deal and the Farm Relief Plan .
The AAA inspired bills that are now passed today, to address farming needs and necessities. In the late 1930’s, the Supreme Court finally ruled that the AAA was “unconstitutional” and created new laws based on the Act. For the next 70 years or so, the AAA remained the baseline for all new laws created involving anything to do with agriculture.