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Critics Say Bush Overstates Social Security Problems

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Critics Say Bush Overstates Social Security Problems

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Critics Say Bush Overstates Social Security Problems

Critics Say Bush Overstates Social Security Problems

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The Bush administration has made Social Security reform a top priority in its second term. In arguing for partial privatization of the system, the president and his supporters warn of dire consequences unless something is done. Bush's critics say he is arguing for overly drastic measures. NPR Don Gonyea reports.

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