Social Insecurity
by Dorcus and Colburn Hardy

A good explanation of the history and nature of the Social Security system by Dorcus Hardy, who was the commissioner of Social Security under Reagan and Bush I followed by investment-for-retirement advice by her father Colburn Hardy. Both defend the system as a good example of social engineering despite its many flaws.

Year Read: 2005


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