This government poster promotes awareness of the new benefits for U.S. citizens resulting from the Social Security Act introduced in the United States. When was the Social Security Act introduced and why?
in 2008, in response to the Global Financial Crisis, to address the widespread financial hardship caused by the burst of the housing bubble
in 1935, during Roosevelt’s first New Deal period (1933–1934), in response to the Great Repression that began in 1932
in 1965, as part of Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society initiative, which provided new social and health benefits to the poorest of the poor
in 1935, during President Roosevelt’s Second New Deal (1935–1938) in response to the Great Depression that began in 1929
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