For Immediate Release

Katja Sipple
University of Washington School of Law


How Secure is Social Security?

Is there really a crisis?


How Secure is Social Security?
Distinguished Scholar Series sponsored by the UW School of Law’s Graduate Program in Taxation


Professor Charles Davenport

Professor Charles Davenport
Arthur L. Dickson Scholar
Rutgers School of Law – Newark

Commentary by Professor Dwight Drake
UW School of Law


Monday, Feb. 28, 2005
3:30 pm


University of Washington School
William H. Gates Hall
Toni C. Rembe Appellate Courtroom, Room 133


Social Security and its ability to provide for future retirees has become the most hotly contested domestic political issue. President Bush’s proposed reform of the Social Security system, which dates back to the 1930s, elicits passionate responses on both sides of the debate. Join us for a timely and informative presentation on the status of Social Security by Charles Davenport. Find out whether Social Security is really in crisis, merely presents some kind of fiscal problem in the future, or is fiscally and economically sound. Professor Davenport will also address the many “fixes” being proposed right now, with special emphasis on Bush’s private accounts suggestion.

This event is free and open to the public.

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