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Social Insecurity #872267

CBS Special for Thursday, Jul 16, 1981

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  • CBS special report "Social Insecurity" re: social security, Reagan plans to cut social security costs, Retirement Trust Fund losing money, tax rates, public opinion polls, proposed plans to fix the system - raised taxes, changing retirement age, cut benefits.
  • Reporters: Dan Rather, Bob Schieffer, Susan Spencer, Richard Wagner, George Herman, Bruce Morton.
  • Interviews: Bob Dole, J.J. Pickle, Richard Schweiker, Michael Boskin, Richard Burkhauser, Henry Aaron, John Heinz, Barber Conable, Claude Pepper, Rita Ricardo Campbell, Robert Ball, William Armstrong, Jack Warren, Frank Gibbs, Daniel Moynihan, Barbara Mikulski, John Svahn, William Driver, Peter Hughes.
  • Taped statements by Jimmy Carter.
  • Reporter(s):
    Rather, Dan;
    Schieffer, Bob;
    Spencer, Susan;
    Wagner, Richard;
    Herman, George;
    Morton, Bruce

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