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By United Press

WASHINGTON--Administration, leaders tonight gave the "quick action" signal to a program to amend and liberalize the Social Security Act early in the forthcoming session of Congress to combat the rapid growth of more sweeping old-age pension schemes. Chairman Robert Doughton of the House Ways and Means Committee, said his group will begin a thorough study of "liberalization" proposals as soon as Congress convenes and that such legislation would take precedence over the administration's tax program.

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