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First of all, the care of the indigent aged and crippled children and those unemployed through no fault of their own, is a most worthy objective. It would seem to me, however, that time is granted the old should be just above subsistence level, for the reason that otherwise savings and preparation for that time is discouraged, and thrift is indirectly penalized.  >>more...>>

Title:     Clergy Letter, All Saints' Church, Syracuse, NY
Author:    Cooper, Fenimore E.
Source:     FDR Library, President's Personal File, Entry 21, Box 22
Date:     September 26, 1935

Publisher:     Clergy Letters
Type:     Letter

Listed Under:
Clergy Letters to FDR
Social Security
Syracuse, New York