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July 23, 1955


JAMA. 1955;158(12):1133-1135. doi:10.1001/jama.1955.02960120133021

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THE OUTLOOK FOR SOCIAL SECURITY  The great issue of our time—the great basic struggle which underlies most of the apparent disturbances in the world today —is the struggle for the freedom of the individual from domination by others. Men everywhere are striving to assert their God-given right to govern their own lives, make their own decisions, possess property of their own, work at a job of their own choosing, retain the major part of the fruits of their own production and to provide for their own security. Along with the desire for freedom is the almost universal desire for economic security.It is important to recognize that real security, even economic security, involves a large measure of faith and reliance upon God as the Creator and Governor of His Universe. When individuals, under God's guidance, rely on their own efforts and voluntary private means of providing security, it is

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