The Significance of the Social Security Act to Social Work Practice

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The Significance of the Social Security Act to Social Work Practice

It’s the 1930s and the United States of America is in turmoil. Banks are closing, the stock market has crashed and people are losing their homes and jobs. Everyone in America is suffering from the Great Depression. The Great Depression began in 1929 when the stock markets crashed; this was the beginning of ten long years of economic suffering for those in America. With many out of jobs and homes, it was time for a change to happen. With the election of Roosevelt in 1933, something new was on its way. During Roosevelt's first 100 days in office, his administration passed legislation that aimed to stabilize industrial and agricultural production, create jobs and stimulate recovery. (A&E Television Networks, 2013). As his presidency continued, he created the New Deal. The New Deal was a series of economic measures to alleviate the worst effect of the economy at the time and to regenerate the confidence of the American people. The goal was to get America back on it feet by coming up with new ways to improve the lives of the American people. In order for the American people back on their...  

It’s the 1930s and the United States of America is in turmoil. Banks are closing, the stock market has crashed and people are losing their homes and jobs. Everyone in America is suffering from the Great Depression. The Great Depression began in 1929 when the stock markets crashed; this was the beginning of ten long years of economic suffering for those in America. With many out of jobs and homes, it was time for a change to happen. With the election of Roosevelt in 1933, something new was on its way. During Roosevelt’s first 100 days in office, his administration passed legislation that aimed to stabilize industrial and agricultural production, create jobs and stimulate recovery. (A&E Television Networks, 2013). As his presidency continued, he created the New Deal. The New Deal was a series of economic measures to alleviate the worst effect of the economy at the time and to regenerate the confidence of the American people.
The goal was to get America back on it feet by coming up with new ways to improve the lives of the American people. In order for the American people back on their…

 


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