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date: 03 March 2021

Burns, Eveline Mabellocked

(1900–1985)
  • John F. LongresJohn F. LongresSchool of Social Work, University of Washington, Emeritus

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Eveline Mabel Burns (1900–1985) was a social economist and educator at Columbia University. She helped formulate the original Social Security Act and directed research that shaped public assistance and work programs through the 1940s.

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