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When Deals Were Artful
How Social Security Was Saved—and Might Be Again

Next year, the Social Security Trust Fund will shrink for the first time since 1982. It’s worth recalling how a crisis was averted then—and the lessons for legislative compromise in our own time.

Published on: November 26, 2019
Philip A. Wallach is Senior Fellow at the R Street Institute.
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