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Ham and Eggs | An Age-old pension movement in California

Ham and Eggs | An Age-old pension movement in California

  By Richard Colman In the 1930’s, during the Great Depression, California had an old-age pension movement called the Ham and Eggs plan.  Under the plan, each person qualified to vote in California, age 50 or over, and unemployed would receive $30 every week.  To keep the plan funded, there would be weekly tax of […]