Readings in Social Security

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CONTENTS
PREFACEiii
INTRODUCTION TO THE MAJOR ISSUES IN SOCIAL SECURITY vii
i.
THE PROBLEM OF INSECURITY1
1. WHY SOCIAL SECURITY? Mary Ross, 19454
2.
SURVEY OF CONSUMER FINANCES, Federal Reserve Board, 194716
3. INCOME CYCLE IN THE LIFE OF FAMILIES AND INDIVIDUALS, W. S. Woytinsky, 194322
4. CITY WORKER'S FAMILY BUDGET, Ewan Clague, 194724
SELECTED REFERENCES 36
ii.
THEORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SOCIAL SECURITY38
5. THE MEANING OF SOCIAL SECURITY, Maurice Stack, 194141
6. WHAT TO EXPECT OF SOCIAL SECURITY, Edwin E. Witte, 194453
7. SOCIAL SECURITY THROUGH SOCIAL INSURANCE, Abraham Epstein, 193867
8. SECURITY FOR A PEOPLE, Social Security Board, 193774
9. EQUITY, ADEQUACY, AND RELATED FACTORS IN OLD AGE SECURITY, Reinhard Hohaus, 193876
10. TEN YEARS OF SOCIAL SECURITY, Arthur J. Altmeyer, 194579
11. SOCIAL INSURANCE AND ALLIED SERVICES, Sir William Beveridge, 194288
SELECTED REFERENCES 100
iii.
SOCIAL SECURITY DEVELOPMENTS IN THE UNITED STATES101
12.
A BRIEF EXPLANATION OF THE ACT, Social Security Administration, 1947107
13. DEVELOPMENTS IN THE SOCIAL SECURITY PROGRAM, J. Douglas Brown, 1945121
14. ATTITUDE OF ORGANIZED GROUPS TOWARD SOCIAL INSURANCE, Wilbur Cohen, 1947129
15. SOCIAL SECURITY AND WELFARE FUNDS, Arthur J. Altmeyer, 1947132

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