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Q: What was added to the social security system as part of president lyndon b johnsons great socity?
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Medicare is a social program enacted during the terms of which President?

Lyndon Johnson.


Which president started the Great Society social policy?

Lyndon Johnson


What demographic change led to president George W Bush's proposal to privatize social security?

an aging population


Which US president designed and enacted an extensive social program?

It has been said the US President Lyndon B. Johnson enacted multiple social programs. Under the slogan called the Great Society, Johnson helped the nation in the areas of civil rights and health care for the poor among other items.


Which Political Party decided to start giving annuity payments to immigrants?

According to the social security website:Neither immigrants nor anyone else is able to collect Social Security benefits without someone paying Social Security payroll taxes into the system. The conditions under which Social Security benefits are payable, and to whom, can be found in the http://wiki.answers.com/../pubs/10024.html.The question confuses the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program with Social Security. SSI is a federal welfare program and no contributions, from immigrants or citizens or anyone else, is required for eligibility. Under certain conditions, immigrants can qualify for SSI benefits. The SSI program was an initiative of the Nixon Administration and was signed into law by President Nixon on October 30, 1972.An explanation of the basics of Social Security, and the distinction between Social Security and SSI, can be found http://wiki.answers.com/../pubs/englist.html.

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What was added to the social security system as part of president Lyndon b. Johnsons great society?

basic medical services for the poor and disabled


Was President Lyndon B Johnson the first President to borrow money from the Social Security Bank?

No, President Lyndon B. Johnson was not the first president to borrow money from the Social Security Trust Fund. Presidents before him, including Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman, had also borrowed from the trust fund to finance government expenditures. Borrowing from the Social Security Trust Fund has been a common practice by several presidents since its establishment in 1935.


What party started medicare or social security?

The Democratic Party under President Franklin D Roosevelt (for Social Security, 1935), and the same party under Lyndon Johnson for Medicare (1965).


What was added to the social security as part of president Lyndon b Johnson's great society?

basic medical services for the poor and disabled


Medicare is a social program enacted during the terms of which President?

Lyndon Johnson.


Why was great society of the 1960s given that particular name?

The Great Society was a set of social reforms initiated primarily by President Lyndon Johnson aimed at the elimination of poverty and racial injustice and thus the creation of a Great Society.


The Great Society was a social plan developed by President:?

Lyndon Johnson


Which president started the Great Society social policy?

Lyndon Johnson


Medicare is a social program that was enacted during the terms of President?

lyndon Johnson It was president Johnson.


Is a Social security number required to be president?

Of the United States of America, Yes. You have to have a social security number to be a citizen and you have to be a citizen to be president.


What was the name for President Lyndon Johnson's liberal social and economic program?

Great Society


Did President Lyndon Baines Johnson borrow money from the social security fund?

I recall a news or whatever interview with Ronald Reagan where the interviewer asked Reagan why, with all his wealth, he was receiving social security. He responded that he paid into it and was therefore qualified to receive it and so he was.