Student's Guide to Landmark Congressional Laws on Social Security and Welfare

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Index
Ad Hoc Committee on Social Welfare, 105, 106
AFDC-UP, 107, 211, 214, 215
AFL-CIO, 96, 140, 155, 156, 166–67, 198
Agnew, Spiro, 165
Aid to Dependent Children (ADC, Title IV of Social Security Act), 52–53 64, 103, 104
Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), 9, 10, 164, 165, 209, 211, 213; establishment of, 107, 108; termination of, 223, 225, 230, 243
Aldrich, Cyrus, 15
Altmeyer, Arthur, 60, 64, 84, 85
American Association of Retired Persons, 172, 199, 240
American Council on Education, 76
American Farm Bureau Federation, 138
American Federation of Independent Business, 199
American Federation of Labor, 43
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, 167
American Legion, 72, 73, 74, 75, 138
American Medical Association (AMA), 33, 85, 94, 96; Medicare act and, 138–39, 140, 143, 144, 145, 146
American Pharmaceutical Association, 138
American Public Welfare Association, 106
Anderson, Clinton, 142, 143
Archer, Bill, 199
Arrears Act of 1879, 20–21; annotation of the law, 23–24
Association for Old-Age Security, 39
Baker, Howard, 200
Baker, James, 196, 197
Ball, Robert, 140, 197
Bannard, Otis, 28
Benton, Ezra Taft, 129, 130
Benton, Thomas Hart, 11
Bentsen, Lloyd, 213, 214, 215
Bonus (food) stamps, 131
Breckinridge, John C., 15
Buchanan, James, 15
Burns, Arthur, 165, 170
Bush, George H.W., 223
Byrd, Harry, 143
Byrnes, James, 145, 169
Cardoso, Benjamin, 49
Carter, Jimmy, 9, 194, 209
Chamber of Commerce, 95, 96, 118, 132, 138
Child Care and Development Block
Grant Amendments of 1996, 236
Child Care Food Program, 180
Children's Bureau, 6, 27–29, 31–32,

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