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Aging Population Poses Global Challenges
(The Washington Post)
 Transcript: The Washington Post's Jonathan Weisman answered questions on his story on an aging planet.
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Post Editorials
 Comparatively Major (The Washington Post, 4/10/05)
 Dishonest Debate (The Washington Post, 3/25/05)
 Social Security Breakdown (The Washington Post, 3/4/05)
 An Opening on Social Security (The Washington Post, 2/26/05)
 The Risks in Personal Accounts (The Washington Post, 2/20/05)
Commentary
 Bush Marketing Beats His Plan
Newsweek's Wall Street editor Allan Sloan goes through the numbers behind President Bush's Social Security plan -- and finds that they don't add up.
 From Newsweek: Snapshot of Social Security
Bush Pitches Plan to Hispanics
Even though his 60-day campaign to promote his Social Security plan ended over the weekend without attracting much public -- or congressional -- support, President Bush told a Latino business group yesterday that he has no intention of abandoning his effort.

Bush Ally in House Alters Social Security Debate Strategy
With President Bush's top domestic priority fading fast, Republicans once again have turned to one of their least liked but most effective colleagues: Rep. Bill Thomas, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee.

In the News
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Commentary
One-Sided on Social Security (April 23, 2005)

Avoiding Britain's Pension Problems (April 21, 2005)

The Paris Hilton Tax Cut (By E. J. Dionne Jr., April 12, 2005)

Fix Health Care First (By David S. Broder, April 7, 2005)

Economic Death Spiral (By Robert J. Samuelson, April 6, 2005)

Social Insurance, Not Welfare (March 29, 2005)

The Inspiration Is Not the Solution (March 28, 2005)

Welfare Junkies (By Robert J. Samuelson, March 24, 2005)

Clay Shaw's Alternative (By David S. Broder, March 20, 2005)

Twisting Mr. Moynihan's Social Security Views (March 15, 2005)

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From Outlook

FDR's Deal, In Bush's Terms (The Washington Post, 2/20/05)

A New Act for Social Security? (The Washington Post, 1/23/05)

WHAT CRISIS?: It Ain't Broke, So No Need To Fix It (The Washington Post, 1/23/05)

WHAT'S BEHIND IT? (The Washington Post, 1/23/05)

WHAT'S WRONG? (The Washington Post, 1/23/05)

THE AGE DIVIDEND (The Washington Post, 1/23/05)

GO PRIVATE (The Washington Post, 1/23/05)

ADD TO SAVINGS (The Washington Post, 1/23/05)

KEEP IT SIMPLE (The Washington Post, 1/23/05)

By the Numbers (The Washington Post, 1/23/05)

OVER THE YEARS (The Washington Post, 1/23/05)



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