Do you have questions about the long-term health of our Social Security system? Are you worried about how politicians talk about it in the same breath as the debt and deficit, while ignoring ten years of war and tax cuts for the wealthy, as well as a pandemic of Wall Street greed that nearly sunk the American economy?
One well-known economist has had enough of the rhetoric – and he’s visiting Washington state to talk about how to defend and improve Social Security for future generations.
Please join us at a forum to hear economist Dean Baker talk about the challenges and opportunities facing our Social Security system, on February 20th from 5:30 – 7:00 PM at the University of Washington-Tacoma’s Philip Hall.
No RSVP or registration is required, please contact Alex Stone for more information.
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