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S.N.A.P. stands for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, and in 1933, FDR officially signed the Agricultural Adjustment Act , or the AAA for short. The main struggle which the government was required to face, among with their several competitors, such as the Conservatives of the Federal Government, was conjuring up a way to successfully maintain the helpfulness of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, and how it could work so well for generations to come. This lead to the question later becoming, how will the government come up with a solution for the maintenance of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, while at the same time not allowing Conservatives of the Federal Government to “beat up”(The right’s food stamp embarrassment: A history lesson for the haters, 2014) the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program?This program was at first referred to as the Federal Surplus Relief Corporation, and this program, was first established in the midst of The Great Depression, which was approximately around the time of the early 1930’s. This was because of the fact that the economy of the United States was changing drastically, due to the stock market crash(The History of Snap, 1933). As a result, the prices of crops started to decrease dramatically. Farm owners all over America were struggling to cope with the excessive supply of cro production that had started to become mandatory if the farm owners’ wanted to make a living. In order to support the aforementioned farmers, the Federal Government would bring basic farm commodities at lower prices. In addition to this, the Federal Government also distributed these commodities among several hunger relief agencies in many local communities (The right’s food stamp embarrassment: A history lesson for the haters, 2014). In this day and age, the Democrats, as well as the Republicans, are always conducting one another, trying to prove that one’s ideas are worse than the others. Similarly, the S.N.A.P. program, as well as the Conservatives of the Federal Government, are and were, and currently still are, budding heads with one another, attempting to conjure up a strategy to help keep the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program from failing, and to maintain its success for generations to come.In many ways, the Conservatives of the Federal Government are the opposing identity of the federal government, along with the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Unlike the federal government, during the Great Depression, the Conservatives of the Federal Government did not bother or attempt to feed poor citizens of the United States, who were struggling to find food along with shelter during the Great Depression. For example, author Caitlin Rathe describes the comparison between the federal government, alongside the Conservatives. The Conservatives of the Federal Government appreciated people “going through the regular channels of trade” and not relying on “government machinery” to bring food to people.” In 1975, the government was attempting to develop a food stamp reform bill that would be acceptable for the Conservatives of the Federal Government, and for the Moderates of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. This bill would go ahead and attempt to reconcile the providing of the two bills that were planned to reform the six billion dollar Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. According to a newspaper published in 1975, the administration of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program had planned on introducing a bill of its own. However, at the last second, they “pulled the plug” on it, declaring that they needed more time, promising that they would have a bill by the next day. The most accurate assumption of them all is that the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program were in someway being held back by the Conservatives of the Federal Government. “The Administration was supposed to introduce its own bill, which reportedly included manny but not all features of the Dole-McGovern version, in Senate Agriculture Forestry Committee hearing 10 days ago. At the last minute, it pleaded for more time, promising a bill when committee hearings resume tomorrow.” The main conflicts that the Conservatives of the Federal Government, and the Moderates of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program had to face were the limiting participation of the supporting income for users of the Food Stamp, and the doubt of high overpayments from those users.On November 28, in the year 1976, there was a newspaper article that was published which gave an example of the common poor family, this was one of many newspaper articles that were sent to the general public. These newspapers hoped to make the common person become aware of the struggles some people living in poverty, or living without government funding, had to face during everyday life. It states how the husband and wife of an eight person family, can raise several children, only to have them branch off, and create their own families. When the children of the family have branched off, the husband and wife are left to grow old together, and live off of government fundings, one of which being Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Since it was put into effect on January 1, 1971, when Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program was put into effect across the country, the programs primary objectives have been to provide a minimum income for the elderly, blind, and disabled people. The program attempts to remove these people from the welfare rolls. “From the outset, this programs primary objectives have been to provide a minimum income for the aged, blind, and disabled and remove them from the welfare rolls. No less important, the program’s philosophy implied an assurance that our elderly citizens would regain the respect, pride, and dignity that they had lost as welfare clients”(Another Day of Hunger for the Aged). All though the basic philosophy, as well as the intentions of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program are commendable in their determinations, it is now currently failing at trying to remove the elderly people of Nassau County from the brink of survival. As aforementioned in the previous page, on January 1, 1974, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, alongside the federal government, created new regulations, as well as a new way to handle the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. As a result of these new uniform eligibility rules for the food stamp, approximately 12 million American citizens who used the food stamp, had been greatly affected by the major changes in the food stamp program (DPLA, 1971). This new bill negatively affected almost everyone else, including approximately 46 states, as wells as the District of Columbia. This was due to the fact that the program adds nearly $1.5 billion to the economy of the 46 affrometioned states. The new uniform eligibility rules were consisted of an annual review of the food stamp’s value, an extension of authority provided for the program appropriations throughout fiscal year 1973, and a stamp allotment that is sufficient to purchase a nutritionally adequate diet having a cost limited to 30% or less of a household income. Furthermore, these new new regulations implement in 1971, were the same uniform eligibility rules that congress had debated in the late 1970’s. With the Food Stamp Act of 1964 being passed by the President, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program began its first recognition of a congressionally-authorized program. According to a paper written by Nicole Pepperl, “By 1969, the program was serving 2.9 million people in half of the cities and counties of the United States at an annual cost of $266 million ($1.65 billion in 2012 dollars)”(Putting the ‘Food’ in Food Stamps, 2012). The way the government, alongside the Conservatives of the Federal Government, and the Moderates of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program deal with the maintenance of the food stamp for the American Citizens, has evolved since 1933. The fact of the matter is, the government has yet to find a solution that will successfully maintain the helpfulness of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, and how it could work so well for generations to come. In the year 1971, there were about 9,368 participants of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, the average benefit per person was $13.55, the total benefits were $1,522.70, all of the other costs were 53.20, and the total costs of it were $1,575.90. Last year, there were approximately 42,138 participants of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, the average benefit per person was $125.99, the total benefits were 63,709.71, all other costs were 4,250.37, and the total costs of it were 67,960.08(Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Participation and Costs, 2018). This data demonstrates how at least the government is now able to increase the amount of people the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program provides for, and how much money they are able to use. This increase of money is partially due to inflation over the course of over 40 years. The main long term effect the food stamp ahs had on the United States are, providing more for the poor with every revision for the food stamp program. In the generations to come, the Conservatives of the Federal Government, and the Moderates of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, will hopefully find a Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program will conjure up a way to successfully maintain the helpfulness of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, and how it could work so well for generations to come.