Andrew Biggs on “lost opportunities” for Social Security Reform

AEI Senior Fellow Andrew Biggs, In a National ReviewOp-Ed piece on AEI’s website, presents a “what would have been” perspective on how action taken on recommendations from President George W. Bush’s Commission to Strengthen Social Security could have played out between then and now. It’s an interesting historical reflection, and a worthwhile thought-generating piece as we look toward reform initiatives expected to unfold in the 118th Congress. Check it out here…

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