Bush Social Security Initiative Carries Ideological Underpinnings

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In public debates on Social Security reform, the Bush administration emphasizes the need for solvency. But NPR's senior news analyst says that in private, many supporters of reform acknowledge that the desire to change the system is based on advancing a conservative ideology.



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