Fixing the system

Rust, Michael
December 1997
Insight on the News;12/08/97, Vol. 13 Issue 45, p8
Focuses on Social Security for retired baby boomers in the United States. Indication that the Social Security trust fund will run out of money; Comments from Illinois Republican John Porter; Indepth look at the Social Security Administration; Discussion on the future of Social Security.


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