Social Security Act 1935
By Sam Cervantes
an act to provide assistance and general welfare to the retire people and also the unemployed people. The act will also give benefits to the blind people, crippled children, dependent people. This will raise the revenue.
Second, relief , reform
Social Security Act Successful
This act will be successful because it will provide welfare for everyone who was born and is a citizen in the united states. it would provide health care and also Supplemental Security income
Certain group of workers were originally exempt from social security including government employers, railroad workers, the self employed and farm workers.
Against the Social Security Act
A major threat to the new deal was Father Charles E. Coughlin. He was a supporter of the new deal but turned his back because Roosevelt refused to nationalize the banking system and provide free coinage silver.