ARTICLES BY TOPIC ¦ THERE IS NO SOCIAL SECURITY DEFICIT


It's Simple: Social Security Is Very Complex ¦ Letter to the Editor, The Wall Street Journal, December 7, 2004

Social Security is not in need of re-hashing ¦ Letter to the Editor, The Christian Science Monitor, August 12, 2004

As Costs Swell, a Gloomier Outlook ¦ Interview, The Christian Science Monitor, March 24, 2004

The Shape of Social Security ¦ Op-Ed, The Christian Science Monitor, March 18, 2004

Scrapping Social Security's Intermediate Cost Projections ¦ Letter to the Editor, Society of Actuaries, March 2004

Brawl Over Social Security ¦ Letter to the Editor, The Wall Street Journal, June 21, 2001
Moynihan and Parsons dredge up every discredited argument in their effort to justify privatization of Social Security...

Critique: The GAO's $0.5 million study fails to dispel disturbing doubts about Social Security's shaky actuarial projection ¦ May 3, 2000

Cooking Social Security's 'Deficit ¦ Op-Ed, The Christian Science Monitor,
January 4, 2000

Save Social Security? It's Already Solvent ¦ Interview by David R. Francis, The Christian Science Monitor, September 20, 1999

Social Security Finances Are in Fine Shape ¦ Article, Contingencies, May/June, 1999

MEMO RE: Social Security Actuaries's Changes in Methods and Assumptions,1979-1998
Prepared for Congressional Conference on Social Security, Jan. 21, 1999

No Need to Act Yet on Changing Social Security ¦ Letter to the Editor, The New York Times, November 11, 1998


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