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- Arthur J. Altmeyer : A key figure in the design and implementation of the U. S. Social Security system for the first 40 years of the program.
- Edwin E. Witte : (1887-1960), an economist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison who developed the Social Security Act of 1935 and is known as "the 'Father' of Social Security."
- Franklin D. Roosevelt : (January 30, 1882 – April 12, 1945), often called FDR, the President of the United States 1933 to 1945.
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- Federal Emergency Relief Administration : The new name given by the Roosevelt Administration to the "Emergency Relief Administration" set up by Herbert Hoover in 1932.
- Mike Huckabee : Former Governor of Arkansas and conservative talk show host.
- Pat Harrison : (1881 -1941) A Mississippi Democrat who served in the United States Congress (1911-1919) and Senate (1919-1941).
- Social policy : A broad category of public, private and third sector laws, rules and procedures directed at what in the 19th century was known as "the social problem": income maintenance of the aged and poor, education (including job training), health care, personal care of designated populations at high risk of dependency (e.g., aged, mentally ill, mentally retarded, disabled) and related issues.
- Social security : Generic term referring to state programs for the protection of the elderly, healthcare provision, and income maintenance.
- U.S. Republican Party : One of two major contemporary political parties in the United States; center-right; the elephant is its symbol.
- United States of America : Constitutional republic in North America, has major land borders with Mexico and Canada.