Definition of Francis everett townsend

1. Noun. United States social reformer who proposed an old-age pension sponsored by the federal government; his plan was a precursor to Social Security (1867-1960).

Exact synonyms: Townsend
Generic synonyms: Crusader, Meliorist, Reformer, Reformist, Social Reformer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Francis Everett Townsend

Francesco Petrarca
Franche-Comte
Franche-Comté
Francia
Francic
Francie
Francis
Francis Albert Sinatra
Francis Aston
Francis Bacon
Francis Beaumont
Francis Crick
Francis Drake
Francis Edgar Stanley
Francis Everett Townsend
Francis Ferdinand
Francis Ford Coppola
Francis Galton
Francis Henry Compton Crick
Francis Hopkinson
Francis II
Francis Joseph
Francis Joseph I
Francis Peyton Rous
Francis Poulenc
Francis Richard Stockton
Francis Scott Key
Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald
Francis Turner Palgrave

Literary usage of Francis everett townsend

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1. He Usually Lived with a Female: The Life of a California Newspaperman by George Garrigues (2006)
"When he had finished and said "Amen, " lo The clubs were part of a movement founded by francis everett townsend, who proposed regular government pensions ..."

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