The Politics of Reforming Social Security
R. Douglas Arnold analyzes the political difficulties in reforming Social Security in the absence of a short-term crisis. He argues that the chief political problem is to find a way to impose short-term costs on current taxpayers when the benefits of advance funding are exclusively long-term for future retires.
Overtilled and Undertilled Fields in American Politics, R. Douglas Arnold
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CONTINUING ISSUES IN U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY
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