Polls show that more young Americans believe in UFOs than believe they will receive Social Security benefits. Even the generous estimates of the governments own statisticians indicate that by the year 2030 the Trust Fund will be bankrupt. Abraham Ellis brilliantly dissects the inherent problems surrounding America's present Social Security system and offers a promising alternative of privatization. However, the author does more than just tackle the Social Security dilemma. He discusses the ramifications of the "something-for-nothing philosophy" that afflicts modem America and examines the advantages of privatization of the system.
|Publisher:||Foundation for Economic Education, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.55(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.59(d)|