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U.S. Pension Fund Collapse Isn’t a Distant Prospect. It Could Come in 5 Years

Warnings about looming public pension disasters have regularly cropped up since the 1950s, pointing to problems 25 years or more down the line. To politicians and union leaders, the troubles were someone else’s predicament. Then crisis fatigue set in as the big problem remained down the road.

 

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