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A Young Person's Guide to Social Security

By: Kathryn Anne Edwards, Anna Turner, and Alexander Hertel-Fernandez
Published: July 2012

Social Security is the nation’s most successful anti-poverty program and it remains a fundamental pillar of the American economy—one that is critical to the long-term economic security of today’s young people. A Young Person’s Guide to Social Security, released by the Economic Policy Institute and the National Academy of Social Insurance, gives young adults the information they need to participate in debates about Social Security’s future. The 60-page guide is written by young authors for students and young workers and explains why Social Security is not in grave danger as oft-reported.

**Free hard copies of A Young Person's Guide to Social Security are available. Please contact the NASI office via e-mail at nasi@nasi.org. LIMIT TWO PER PERSON.**