Reminiscences of Jack Bernard Tate : oral history, 1965
Assistant to Chief, later General Counsel, Social Security Board, 1935-39: federal public assistance programs, hiring staff, relations with states, dealings with Congress and Federal Bureau of Investigation; 1939 amendments; General Counsel, Federal Security Agency, 1939-47; development of Social Security. Impressions of Thomas Eliot, Jane Hoey, Arthur Altmeyer, Paul McNutt, Fowler Harper, John Wi nant, and others.
Government executives--United States; Lawyers; Social security; Unemployment insurance; United States Politics and government 1933-1945; Tate, Jack Bernard, 1902-1968; United States. Social Security Board; United States. Federal Security Agency
Digital reproduction funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Digitized by Safe Sound Archive, Philadelphia, 2010.
Interviewed by Peter A. Corning on June 3 and July 6, 1965.