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Updated June 2005: Bob Ball's Plan to Reform Social Security (PDF)
The Century FoundationLink to more items from this source
June 2, 2005
9 pages. Excerpt: [T]here are several ways to bring the system into balance and pay benefits that are kept up-to-date with wages, changes that are desirable in any event and that I would favor whether or not there was a long-run shortage of funds. It is not true that hard choices have to be made and painful measures taken to restore balance to long-range Social Security financing. Changes do need to be made but the choices are not hard nor the measures painful.

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