Instructing Senator Kennedy

Buckley, W.M.F.
September 1978
National Review;9/29/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 39, p1230
This article presents the author's views on various political and economic developments in the U.S. The author refers to the role of Senator Edward M. Kennedy with reference to Social Security in the country. He said that they condition Social Security on the rate of inflation or the size of unemployment or the size of the deficit. Social Security payments in fact are automatically increased to accommodate inflation. The article also presents information on the institution Accuracy in Media, whose mission in life is to monitor the principal journals in search of leftward factual bias.


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