This is a policy paper. Social Security.
When FDR took over the presidency he had to figure out a way to improve the
American economy. In August of 1935 President Roosevelt signed the Social Security
Act into law. (WhiteHouse.gov.) The law was to provide money to the old, sick, and
penniless. A certain percentage of the employee and employers wages was to be
removed from each paycheck. The law passed by a landslide, but there were still some
against it. They said that the working people contributing to this social security program
would never see their money again and they were being flat robbed.
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