Publication (United States. Social Security Administration) ; no. 20. Legal classics library.
"This summary was prepared principally by Miss Martha D. Ring."--Preface. Appendixes: I. Procedures followed in estimating unemployment compensation coverage in the United States, 1922-23, II. Procedures followed in estimating duration of unemployment in the United States, 1922-23, III. Procedures followed in estimating the maximum duration of benefits, IV. The history and development of the United States Employment Service. V. Summary of state unemployment compensation laws, January 1, 1936, VI. Unemployment insurance provisions of the Canadian employment and social insurance act, VII. Old-age insurance in Great Britain, VIII. The Canadian pension systems, IX. Survivors' insurance in foreign countries, X. Financial history of the workers' invalidity, old-age, and survivors' insurance of Germany, XI. Birth rate and infant and maternal mortality tables, XII. Summary of provisions of the Social security act relating to federal grants to states for public-welfare purposes, XIII. Creation and membership of the Committee on Economic Security and affiliated groups, XIV. Staff of the Committee on Economic Security, XV. List of staff reports, XVI. The Social security act.
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