A Different Take on Social Security President Bush says that when it comes to Social Security, "the crisis is now." Some experts argue that Social Security is not in crisis, though they agree it faces a long-term problem. One of them is Peter Orszag, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and a former special assistant for economics under former President Bill Clinton. Hear Orszag and NPR's Steve Inskeep.
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A Different Take on Social Security

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A Different Take on Social Security

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President Bush says that when it comes to Social Security, "the crisis is now." Some experts argue that Social Security is not in crisis, though they agree it faces a long-term problem. One of them is Peter Orszag, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and a former special assistant for economics under former President Bill Clinton. Hear Orszag and NPR's Steve Inskeep.