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Author: Mitchell Young
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, ©2010.
Series: Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : English
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Presents articles both pro and con concerning the Social Security system, reform of the system, how privatization might affect the system and how other countries approach social security.
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mitchell Young
ISBN: 9780737748567 0737748567 9780737748574 0737748575
OCLC Number: 441154720
Description: 223 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. Does a Social Security crisis exist? --
Social Security will be bankrupt by 2037 unless reformed / Board of Trustees of the Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance and Federal Disability Insurance Trust Funds --
Social Security remains financially strong / National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare --
Smaller families and increasing longevity threaten Social Security / Gayle L. Reznik, Dave Shoffner, and David A. Weaver --
False beliefs have led to a Social Security scare / Teresa Ghilarducci --
Politics are behind the Social Security scare / William Greider --
The politics of an aging population make Social Security cuts difficult / Vincenzo Galasso --
Private pensions are failing to provide retirement security / Charles R. Morris --
pt. 2. How should the Social Security system be reformed? --
Increased taxes and reduced benefits can strengthen Social Security / Peter A. Diamond and Peter R. Orszag --
Social Security should be replaced with a mandatory private system / Edgar K. Browning --
Lifting the Social Security wage cap would increase revenues / John Miller --
Lifting the Social Security wage cap will not save the system / David C. John and Rea S. Hederman Jr. --
Simplifying Social Security should be a priority of reform efforts / Andrew G. Biggs --
pt. 3. How does Social Security affect different social groups? --
The mentally ill are straining Social Security disability programs / Jennifer L. Erkulwater --
Proposed reforms will reduce Social Security payments to the disabled / Barbara D. Bovbjerg --
Privatizing Social Security will help African Americans / Michael Tanner --
Social Security privatization will not help African Americans / William E. Spriggs --
Privatization of pension systems generally harms women / Ross Prizzia --
Private retirement accounts would be fairer than Social Security to women / Leanne Abdnor --
pt. 4. How do other countries approach Social Security? --
Britain is forced to supplement its privatized pension system / Alicia H. Munnell and Steven A. Sass --
Britain should not abandon pension privatization / James Banks ... [et al.] --
Chile's private pension system is a good model / Universia Knowledge@Wharton --
Chile's pension system has numerous problems / Christopher Tamborini.
Series Title: Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Responsibility: Mitchell Young, book editor.

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Presents articles both pro and con concerning the Social Security system, reform of the system, how privatization might affect the system and how other countries approach social security.

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