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President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Bill into law on August 14, 1935, only 14 months after sending a special message to Congress on June 8, 1934, that promised a plan for social insurance as a safeguard against the hazards and vicissitudes of life..Why was the Social Security Act of 1935 important?
The Social Security Act, a landmark initiative of the so-called “Second New Deal,” signaled the administration’s change in emphasis from emergency economic recovery legislation to social welfare.Who was the author of the Social Security Act?
It was prepared by Thomas E. Price, Office of Research, Statistics, and International Policy, Office of Policy, Social Security Administration.Who was the senator who filibustered Social Security?
On the last day of the session, Senator Huey Long (D., La.) had filibustered a matter unrelated to social security until the session closed. The next morning the President called a conference of key leaders, according to Mr. Altmeyer who was present, to see what could be done.