As Congress begins work on a new spending plan, the topic of overhauling entitlement programs, particularly Social Security, is at the forefront of negotiations. Investor Stanley Druckenmiller ’75 has continued his tour of college campuses hoping to raise awareness among young people for this “generational theft.”
Druckenmiller visited Bowdoin last spring with Geoffrey Canada ’74 to give their presentation on the looming consequences if social security continues to receive the same funding. Druckenmiller says he hopes to empower young people to rally behind this injustice and evoke change in Washington. Listen to the NPR story and read the text.