The most important Social Security graph ever

Posted by Kevin Drum, this chart is from the trustee’s report.  Ezra Klein has a posting about it here.

The reason that this chart is so important is that it shows that SS costs don’t continue to rise forever, they increase from about 4.8% of GDP (where they are now) and level off at about 6% of GDP.  We can fix that with relatively small adjustments.

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