Railroad Retirement Act of 1934

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Railroad Retirement Act of 1934

Legislation in the United States that established the first federally administered pension system intended to benefit non-government employees. The Act was found to be unconstitutional, but it laid the foundations for the Social Security Act of 1935. See also: Railroad Retirement Act of 1974.
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