Even if solvent, Social Security needs reform because health, life
spans, work, and migration patterns are changing, the authors
argue. They develop a blueprint that identifies "right"
reforms--those that achieve fiscal balance and increase Social
Security's responsiveness to today's and tomorrow's needs.
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