TITLE

Lots of Gain And No Pain!

AUTHOR(S)
Samuelson, Robert J.
PUB. DATE
February 2005
SOURCE
Newsweek (Pacific Edition);2/21/2005 (Pacific Edition), Vol. 145 Issue 8, p45
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Offers an analysis of United States President George W. Bush's Social Security reform proposals. Criticism of the personal savings accounts proposed by Bush; Differences between bonds and Social Security; Reference to a 1960 Supreme Court case, involving Ephram Nestor, in which it was established that Congress can legally cut or eliminate Social Security benefits; Discussion of the United States' budget deficits; Reaction of the media to proposed government spending cuts; Opinion that U.S. citizens dislike deficits less than higher taxes or lower spending.
ACCESSION #
16188469

 

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