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The Republicans must not get their wish for Social Security benefits reduction.
Social Security History
House vote August 8, 1935
Senate vote August 9, 1935
Signed into law on August 14, 1935
The two bills will certainly have the full support of this web page.
NOTE: We often hear about an eventual raising of the eligibility age form 65 to 67 and ultimately to age 70. We draw your attention to an actuarial table that shows potential adverse impact on raising the retirement age. The actuarial age of death creeps upwards. The table also indicates the Black Male would derive little benefit from life-long contributions to Social Security if the eligibility age is raised to age 67 and then to age 70.
We can only hope Democrats stand tall against GOP onslaughts against Social Security.