Bush Will Score Big If He Hammers Home His Social Security Plan

Murdock, Deroy
November 2000
Insight on the News;11/06/2000, Vol. 16 Issue 41, p46
Deals with the Social Security plans of presidential candidates in the United States. Problems with Al Gore's proposed Retirement Savings plan; Characteristics of George W. Bush's Social Security plan.


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