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Social Security in America : The Factual Background of the Social Security Act as Summarized from Staff Reports to the Committee on Economic Security

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United States. Committee on Economic Security , Murray, Merrill G. (Merrill Garver), 1900- and Ring, Martha D. Social Security in America : The Factual Background of the Social Security Act as Summarized from Staff Reports to the Committee on Economic Security , Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1937, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/6298, accessed on September 25, 2021.

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From title page: Social Security Board Publication No. 20

From preface: The publication of this summary of the staff reports of the Committee on Economic Security has been made possible by the Social Security Board. The Board assumed the cost of publication and of completing the preparation of the summary, which was unfinished when the Committee on Economic Security went out of existence.

From preface: This summary was prepared principally by Miss Martha D. Ring ... The unemployment compensation section was prepared by Merrill G. Murray.

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