Social welfare in the United States.

New York, H.W. Wilson Company, 1955.

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Subjects Employee fringe benefits -- United States.
Employee fringe benefits.
Guaranteed annual wage.
Social security -- United States.
Social security.
United States.
Series Reference shelf ; v. 27, no. 3.
Description 209 pages 20 cm.
Copyright Date 1955.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 200-209).
Contents The president's health plan -- Who'll pay the doctor? / Alfred Baker Lewis -- Health insurance: what is it? -- Health insurance: what kind? / Seymour E. Harris -- National health insurance: what's the tab? / Seymour E. Harris -- The cure is worse than the disease -- Labor and national health insurance / William Green -- Free choice for labor-not free medicine / Dave Beck -- Sweden: state medicine at work / Waldemar Kaempffert -- To crown a youth of labour with an age of ease / Clarence Woodbury -- Union welfare funds / Helen B. Shaffer -- Retirement-a labor viewpoint / Willard E. Solenberger -- The guaranteed wage / J.W. Garbarino -- Can labor get a guaranteed annual wage? / Edward Maher -- Wage guarantees enforce idleness / Leo Wolman -- Can we afford a guaranteed annual wage? / Leland Hazard -- The wages of automation / Nathan Weinberg.
Three-thirds of a nation / Kenneth D. Johnson -- Social security entanglements -- Government and social security -- More security for more people -- Insurance, relief, or what? / Dillard Stokes -- Social security-good as government bond / Henry Lee -- Doctors' prescription / F.J.L. Blasingame and Frank G. Dickinson -- Individual security can be business security -- Federal grant-in-aid programs -- It's enterprising-but is it free / Fletcher Knebel -- Health reinsurance-a modest proposal / Russell Baker -- Why federal health reinsurance is not the answer / Edwin J. Faulkner.
Unions buy way into big business / Fred W. Perkins -- 20,000 pension funds: the strongest source of new capital.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)332657
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WorldCat Identities Tyler, Poyntz,
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