SOCIAL SECURITY IN THE UNITED STATES by Paul H. Douglas

SOCIAL SECURITY IN THE UNITED STATES

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An analysis and appraisal of the Social Security Act -- and far more than that. Historical and social background, what is being done elsewhere, what is being done by individual states, by individual organizations. The needs -- the imperative demand for the future -- the history of the bill, from its inception to its final passage. Where it is strong -- where weak. What can be done to strengthen it in the next session. Complete text given in the appendix.

Publisher: Whittlesey House