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Social Security…A Bit f History

This excerpt from Murray Rothbard’s The Progressive Era, Patrick Newman, ed. (Auburn, Al.: Mises Institute, 2016), chap. 11.] provides a historical glimpse of some of the early logistical days leading up to Social Security’s implementation in the 1930s. It’s an interesting look into some of the thought processes that led to development of a system that has endured over 80 years of service. Check out the excerpt here…


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