McGovern, George S. (George Stanley), 1922-
Social security and the golden age.
Golden, Colo. : Fulcrum Pub., ©2005
George S McGovern
|描述：||xviii, 76 pages ; 19 cm.|
|内容：||The real status of social security --
The facts about privatization --
Privatized systems in other countries --
A plan for enhancing social security --
Getting older : a national and personal asset --
The obstacle --
A partnership of young and old --
The golden age.
|叢書名：||Speaker's corner books.|
"In this timely work, former senator George McGovern, points out that Social Security is not currently facing a crisis. McGovern discusses ways that we can maintain this program well into the future with just a few simple steps. More significantly, McGovern shows that when properly secured, aging Americans, who are often seen as the source of the alleged Social Security crisis, are actually one of our country's greatest assets. McGovern calls for a partnership across generations, one that will not only keep our most important of social insurance benefits intact, but will also provide many advantages to those over sixty-five and those who have much to learn from them."--Jacket.