I don't think any of those answers is correct.
those are the only choices
Somewhere there's an error.
"The Social Security Disability Insurance program was enacted in 1956."
"In 1956 disability benefits were added."
Well it does looks like A,but it's not, thhose are not the answer, i searched, and it says a lot of that, the answer is 1956, you mixed up letter C., its not 65, its 56. The answer is 1956. That's when it was enacted. 1956.
Ms. Sue is right.
im doing the same problem and my choices are the exact same helpp me please!!!
My Answers Are The Exact Same.. & C Isnt Mixed Up..
so what is the answer?
the answer is A. I think your website is mistaken Ms.Sue.
nope its not i think im going to try b or c since there the closest to 56
A: The Social Security Act was signed by FDR on 8/14/35. Taxes were collected for the first time in January 1937 and the first one-time, lump-sum payments were made that same month. Regular ongoing monthly benefits started in January 1940.
In 1954, Congress made full disability (the physical or mental inability to work) part of the Social
Security Act. If a worker qualifies for social security and becomes totally disabled, he or she can
receive the same benefits as a person retiring at 65. Additional benefits may be available to the
former worker's spouse and dependent children.
It's B. 1954