Rubin's `robbery'

November 1995
Pensions & Investments;11/27/1995, Vol. 23 Issue 24, p8
Opinion. Comments on United States treasury secretary Robert Rubin's `robbing' of two federal employee pension funds in November 1995. Questions raised regarding the government's right in raiding pension funds under its control to avoid bankruptcy; Background on Rubin's move; Moral difference between Rubin's action and that of a fictional executive who robbed banks.


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