Analysis

A Defense of Private Social Security Accounts

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NPR's Robert Siegel talks with the Brookings Institution's Bill Frenzell, an advocate of the president's plan to privatize Social Security. Frenzel is a former Republican congressman from Minnesota and also sat on the president's commission to strengthen Social Security.

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