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date: 12 December 2019

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Abraham Epstein (1892–1942) was an economist, educator, and writer. He was a leader in the post-World War I movement for passage of social security legislation. In 1927 he founded the American Association for Old Age Security (later the American Association for Social Security).

Keywords: Abraham Epstein, social security legislation, old age pension bill, American Association for Social Security, social insurance, Social Security

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