President Roosevelt's Pros And Cons To The Social Security Act

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President Roosevelt delivered his speech on August 14, 1935 in Washington, DC where he signed the Social Security Act that embarked an unforgettable experience for many people. The social security measures and offers some preservation to several millions of citizens who will receive benefits through unemployment compensation. Also, the social security act includes old-age allowance and increased services for the protection of children and the impediment of ill health issues. Roosevelt believed in the protection of peoples ' lives and how each individual should have their own identity. There were some pros and cons in regards to the Social Security Act, each individual had to pay taxes every year for the rest of their lives. Therefore, it caused complications with many people who didn’t concur with the agreement and for people who worked in the office. According sources from historysource.com, the New Deal laws were declared (going against something in the Constitution) by the U.S. Supreme Court on the grounds that neither the buying and selling of goods, nor the taxing (legal rules/food and supplies) of the Constitution granted the federal government authority to control…show more content…
Even though there is the existence of the arguments from businesses and other places where people who were involved like the community did not relate to where the “government runs everything" desires of the New Deal, many of its best changes slowly accomplished national acceptance. Roosevelt 's projects to help the country were hugely followed in the Fair Deal of President Harry S. Truman 1945-53, and both major U.S. parties in which are Republicans and Democrats came to receive most New Deal changes (for the better) as a permanent part of the national life
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