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Hurd, Michael D. and John B. Shoven. "The Distributional Impact of Social Security." Pensions, Labor, and Individual Choice, edited by David A. Wise . Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (1985), pp. 193-221.

The Distributional Impact of Social Security, Michael D. Hurd, John B. Shoven. in Pensions, Labor, and Individual Choice, Wise. 1985

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