A New Deal for Social Security
by Peter J. Ferrara, Michael D. Tanner
Publisher: Cato Institute 1998
Number of pages: 272
How to reform Social Security and end the looming crisis. As the debate over Social Security's future heats up, this book will be vital reading for anyone interested in ensuring that future generations enjoy dignified, secure retirement.
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