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Economic Life

Social Security is just the tip of a very large iceberg

By Charles Stein
January 16, 2005

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In a memo he wrote recently to build the case for a major overhaul of Social Security, Bush aide Peter Wehner said Americans had to understand that "the current system is heading for an iceberg." (Full article: 679 words)

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