A Strategy for Pensions at Risk of Extinction

Floyd Norris
The New York Times
December 05, 2014

When people are old, should governments guarantee they have incomes?

In the 19th century — 125 years ago — Germany became the first country to answer yes to that question, adopting an old-age pension system at the behest of Chancellor Otto von Bismarck.

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