Political Irony Of The Social Security Act

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Because of reviewing the “Political Irony” and comparing the lesson it made me review and question several factors in the PPACA legislation what and how does this legislation offer Americans? As I view health care where it stands today, where it has mitigated from in the past decade it baffles my mind. It was in the 1960’s, when Lyndon B. Johnson brought about the first change for Americans health care to a system that required help. Medicare was implemented under Title XVIII of the Social Security Act to provide health insurance to people age 65 and older, regardless of income or medical history due to its price and its unaffordability by people over the age of 65. In that same year under the Social Security Amendments of 1965 Medicaid …show more content…

Johnson signed into law the bill that led to the Medicare and Medicaid (CMS. gov., 2015). Today it is just called Obamacare. If you were to review under Title XVIII of the Social Security Act to provide health insurance, some of the same sentiments are outlined in the PPACA.
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