How The Social Security Act Of 1935 Has Changed Over The Years
Social Security Act of 1935 has been the primary pillar of social security in the United States for over three quarters of the century. During this period, it has undergone several changes, debated vastly by critics and lawmakers, and survived their continuous onslaught to provide a stable source of social welfare for the citizens of a highly capitalist state economy.
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