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On August 14, 1935 Franklin Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act, as a result of the removal of the “Substance” (gold) of the common law, to further solidify the quasi corporate social security “privileges” of the non payment of debt for all those that volunteer for the Federal Reserve’s unincorporated interstate banking association regulated as “other property” under the federalism of Article IV Section 3.2.