Turns out it's not baby boomers who have taken the most from Social Security

New research from the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College finds that it was the earliest beneficiaries who received more money than they paid into Social Security. And policy changes made in the 1930s helped set the program up for the funding shortfalls it faces today.
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