Commentary: The Baby Boom That Ate The Budget

President Clinton has proposed a fiscal 2000 budget with hundreds of little ideas--and one big one, fixing Social Security. Even so, the President's millennium fiscal plan still suffers from a critical flaw: Rather than restraining the growth of federal programs for soon-to-be retired Baby Boomers, it merely devises ways to fund them.

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