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A poster of a man looking up at a billboard about chnages in Social Security.
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Title: The 1960 Amendments To The Social Security Law
From: Social Security Posters
Original caption: The 1960 Amendments to the Social Security Law. . .What they mean to You!!
Federal Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance:
Benefits can be paid to disabled workers of any age
Most beneficiaries who work will have less benefits withheld
Benefits are raised for many children
Some survivors of workers who died before 1940 can get benefits
Amount of work required for benefits is reduced
There are other changes that may affect you and your family. For more information ask your social security office for leaflet 1960-1.
Creator: n/a
Date: 1960
Format: Poster
Source: Social Security Online History Page
Keywords: Aging; Children; Death; Economics; Employment; Family; Government; Insurance; Pension; Policy; Public Welfare; Social Security
Topics: n/a

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- Workers (still)
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