The Townsend Plan Taxing For Sixty; Introduction By Lewis W. Douglas. Nicholas Roosevelt.

The Townsend Plan Taxing For Sixty; Introduction By Lewis W. Douglas

Garden City: Doubleday & Company, 1936. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo; pp. viii, (ii), 81; red cloth lettered in black in a dust jacket; Very good in a jacket with a faded spine and a little wear at edges. Very good / good +. Item #13192

The Townsend Plan was a proposal by Dr. Francis Townsend, a retired medical doctor, during the Great Depression for an old-age pension in the United States. For a few years it spawned a popular movement, but with the passage of Social Security the Townsend movement lost most of its steam.Cousin and intimate friend and advisor to both Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt, Nicholas had a long and interesting life and career.

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