Readings in Social Security

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INDEX
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Abinger, Lord, 451-452
Academy of Political Sciences, Columbia University, 121
Actuarial costs:

estimates for permanent and total disability benefits, 438-440

old-age and survivors' insurance, 308-321

tables, 315-321

Administration of Workmen's Compensation, 449
Administrative responsibility, unification of, 99
Adults, security for, 12-13
Advisory Council on Social Security, 218-219

Report to Senate Committee on Finance, 421

Aged, the, 7

as organized pressure group, 238

dependent, 122

emerging problems of, 228-238

hospitalization for, 237

in institutions, 232, 236-237

jobless, budgeting for, 594, 597-600

loss of social control by, 234

respect for, 232-234

retirement tests for (see Retirement tests)

statistics, 228

Aging population, 221-227

implications of, 223-227

economic, 224-227

social and political, 227

in United States, 221-222, 223

Agricultural workers, 184, 251, 268, 470-471

farm-labor program, 208

Alabama, unemployment compensation in, 185
Allowances, family, 532-536
Altmeyer, Arthur J., 1, 79-88, 132-137, 168, 407-417
American Affairs, editorial in, quoted, 101
American Association for Labor Legislation, 61
American Association for Social Security, 61
American Economic Review, 58, 199. 542, 555
American Federation of Labor, and social insurance, 130, 164
American Institute of Auctuaries, The Record, 76
American Medical Association, 395

and medical care, 381-384

and minority opinion, 389-390

and voluntary health insurance, 328

House of Delegates of, ten fundamental principles, 386-387

on chronically ill, 381

on compulsory government insurance, 382-383

on indigents, 381-382, 383

on lower-income group, 382

on small farmers, 382

American Public Welfare Association, 520

12-point platform of, 520-531

Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 221
Antioch College, Personnel Research Foundation, 154
Appeal, right of, unemployment insurance, 111
Approaches to Social Security: An International Survey ( I.L.0.), 38
Armed forces, insurance for, 251-252, 278-279
Assistance:

public (see Public assistance)

social, 45-58

social insurance and, 86-87

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