2 edition of Old age security in the United States, 1932. found in the catalog.
Old age security in the United States, 1932.
National conference on social security (5th 1932 New York)
|Contributions||American Association for Social Security.|
|LC Classifications||HD7106.U5 N15 1932|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., 91,  p.|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||32033884|
United States. World News. he remembers being ordered home by the police to be registered in a census in , the last Lebanon conducted. though many feel its old . By , just prior to the start of the Great Depression, only 6 states and territories had old-age assistance laws. As the Depression deepened, that number increased, until there were 28 states and 2 territories (Alaska and Hawaii) with old-age assistance programs by , most just enacted in the prior year or two.
A few states also provided cash assistance to needy elderly residents through old-age pensions. The programs and the size of the benefits varied widely among the states. State financed public assistance programs were often inadequate to meet the challenges of large-scale unemployment and urban poverty that often afflicted states and urban areas. Moreover, gender as well as age influences attitudes on this subject. Women, on average, say a person becomes old at age Men, on average, put the number at In addition, on all 10 of the non-chronological potential markers of old age tested in this survey, men are more inclined than women to say the marker is a proxy for old age. Are You.
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