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Social Security
used in Freakonomics

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generally thought of as the U.S. retirement income that is funded through payroll taxes (though social security legislation includes many other programs that provide a safety net for Americans)
  • Instead of merely listing the name of each dependent child, tax filers were now required to provide a Social Security number.
    p. 22.3
  • While this may have been scary news in terms of Medicare and Social Security, the average American had little to fear from the growing horde of oldsters.
    p. 136.1

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