Keep Social Security a public program. That and much more is what Christopher Myers expounds upon after stepping out of the political laboratory to present his radical work, which touches nearly every social policy topic. Emergent during the social crisis of the mid-2010s, a revolutionary authorship on social execution for the first time as a discipline and field: its origins, its necessity, its victory. Presenting the analytics of modernization for Social Security and the policies that will keep the system entirely public without cession, the work lends itself to how S.S. and other programs can be combined and improved to provide a more fluid, generous, and accessible system and better way of life. Taking a lead role in the iterative prospect of modernization our lifetime, Myers philosophically defines himself as the intellectual author of social execution.
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