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Common Cents, Common Dreams

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Common Cents, Common Dreams
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Publisher: Cato Institute
ISBN/ASIN: 1882577760
Number of pages: 68

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This book provides a plain-language guide to the problems of Social Security and an alternative based on savings and investment. Peter Ferrara and Michael Tanner show how a privatized Social Security system would work and why it would provide a better retirement for future generations of American workers.

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