Retirement Plan

Miller, Matthew
May 2000
New Republic;05/15/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 20, p16
Focuses on privatized Social Security proposals by retiring U.S. Democrat Senator Bob Kerrey of Nebraska. Description of his relations with other politicians and his collaboration with Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush; Information about motives behind Kerrey's privatized Social Security for the elderly and poor; Criticism of the proposal by United States Vice-president Al Gore; Impact of social security reform on the presidential campaign.


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