The modern Social Security set-up that we witness today in the United States largely owes itself to the Social Security Act of 1935, which came as a response to the troubled times of great depression and was part of the ‘New Deal’ that was introduced by President Franklin D Roosevelt. An insight in to the original legislation is worth a moment, not only to know why this was introduced, but also to enable fulfillment of its purposes.
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