Super Social Security

One of Washington's tightest secrets is the "American Beveridge Plan," drawn up by Franklin Roosevelt's National Resources Planning Board and placed on the President's desk four weeks ago. But last week quidnuncs had learned enough details to prove that the Administration has under consideration a vast new program of planned prosperity. Chief points:

¶An expanded Social Security program which would 1) blanket the 30,000,000 farmers, farm hands, domestic workers and others not now eligible for old-age and survivors' insurance; 2) add such benefits as hospital payments, maternity and burial insurance.

¶A long-range...

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