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Social Security: An Unfinished Symphony for Some American Women

Written by The Two River Times. Posted in Letters & Commentary

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Social Security: An Unfinished Symphony for Some American Women

Published on January 13, 2012 with No Comments

By Janice  Harris  Jackson

AMERICA’S 1935 AVANT-GARDE promise to provide Social Security has progressed from protection for predominantly male private-sector workers to an expanding social safety net for most Americans. Although it remains one of the best anti-poverty programs America has for women and seniors, Social Security can – and

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