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Remember Paul Ryan’s “Roadmap for America’s Future?”

It’s been almost a decade and a half since Paul Ryan, the ranking Republican on the House Budget Committee, shook the trees with his plan to reform Social Security and Medicare in the face of what has now become a much nearer-term problem…the gnawing solvency issue. Ryan’s sweeping view called for broad redesign of both programs to account for the realities of an aging population–even flirting with a partial privatization of Social Security funding and floating a long range plan to increase the full retirement age to 70. So, looking over the shoulder at what was put on the table in 2008, was he right or wrong? Or partially right and partially wrong? You be the judge, but only after taking a look at this synopsis posted by Manhattan Institute senior fellow Chris Pope today on It’s an insightful review of Ryan’s perspective back then, and you can read it here…

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