Crook, Clive
June 2000
National Journal;6/03/2000, Vol. 32 Issue 23, p1733
Deals with the views of George W. Bush, the Republican presidential candidate in the United States year 2000 elections, on Social Security reform. Opinion on the impending bankruptcy of the Social Security system; Advantages of privatization over Social Security reform; Proposal of Bush in line with Social Security reform.


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