Social Security: The Opportunity for Real Reform
Just two days after his reelection, President Bush announced that Social Security reform would be a top priority for his second term. The president’s commitment to tackling the "third rail of American politics" promises to be one of the most important domestic policy debates of recent political history. To move Social Security reform beyond theory and into practice, this leadership conference will Examine why and how to reform Social Security; Discuss how to finance the transition to individually owned accounts; Propose ways of administering and regulating those accounts; Demonstrate how reform will affect women, the poor, and minorities; and Explore the politics of reform.
|Event dates:||2005-02-08 – 2005-02-09|
|Conference venues:||Washington D.C|
|Classification:||H5 - National Government Expenditures and Related Policies ; I3 - Welfare and Poverty ; J1 - Demographic Economics|