The Public Interest

The case for funding Social Security

Laurence S. Seidman

Winter 1998

IT HAS been more than two decades since Martin Feldstein published his groundbreaking article in this journal I on the need to fund Social Security. A step toward funding was taken when Congress adopted the recommendation of a Social Security Commission in 1983. But it is only now that full funding of Social Security has begun to be seriously considered.

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