The Future of Social Security Reforming social security is one of President Bush's top domestic priorities for his second term. His plan includes allowing younger Americans to divert part of their payroll taxes into personal investment accounts. NPR's Neal Conan leads a discussion with guests including Eugene Steurle, senior fellow at the Urban Institute, Stephen Moore, author of Bullish on Bush and Dean Baker, co-director of The Center for Economic and Policy Research.
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Reforming social security is one of President Bush's top domestic priorities for his second term. His plan includes allowing younger Americans to divert part of their payroll taxes into personal investment accounts. NPR's Neal Conan leads a discussion with guests including Eugene Steurle, senior fellow at the Urban Institute, Stephen Moore, author of Bullish on Bush and Dean Baker, co-director of The Center for Economic and Policy Research.