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What problems was the Social Security Act written to solve?

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What problems was the Social Security Act written to solve?

The Social Security Act (1935) Research Assignment

INSTRUCTIONS:

SHORT ANSWER QUESTION
here the link 
https://www.ourdocuments.gov/doc.php?flash=true&doc=68&page=transcript
1)Summarizing: Write a one-to-three-sentence summary of the document, using your own words. Include significant people, places, and times.
2)Perspective Taking: What problems was the Social Security Act written to solve?
3)Challenging: Who is left out of the benefits of the Social Security Act?
4)Connecting: How do you think this document will be helpful to you in answering your research question?
a video for questions for 5-8 https://archive.org/details/fdrbig
5)Summarizing: Write a one-to-three-sentence summary of the document, using your own words. Include significant people, places, and times.
6)Perspective Taking: According to Roosevelt, how will the Social Security Act aid in future times of economic depression?
7)Challenging: What assumptions or beliefs about the government and the economy does FDR present that other Americans at the time might have disagreed with?
8)Connecting: How do you think this document will be helpful to you in answering your research question?
questions 9-12 source link http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/8128
9)Summarizing: Write a one-to-three-sentence summary of the document using your own words. Include significant people, places, and times
10)Perspective Taking: According to Landon, who will be affected the most by the Social Security Act, and why?
11)Challenging: How might those who are unemployed challenge Landon’s perspective?
12)Connecting: How do you think this document will be helpful to you in answering your research question?

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The Social Security Act (1935)

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The Social Security Act (1935)

Question 1

The Social Security Act was enacted in 1935. The purpose of the act was to provide a means to provide financial assistance to underprivileged and at-risk individuals in the US. The Act was a key piece of the New Deal legislation under President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The Supreme Court affirmed the constitutionality of the law in Steward Machine Company v. Davis, (1937) and Helvering v. Davis, (1937).

Question 2

The Act was in response to the problems occasioned by the rapid industrialization and urbanization of the late 1800s and early 1900s. This led to a mismatch in available housing for workers. Thus, workers were forced to live in squalid conditions. The Act provided fin

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