The following represent a series of posts on Angry Bear over the course of May 2008. They more or less recapitulate the content of this blog and my thinking as it has evolved over time.
0: Basics Revisited and Three Myths (though numbered zero this actually came mid series)
I: Bruce Webb's Take on Social Security
II: The Shape of Low Cost
III: The Numbers of Intermediate Cost
IV: A History Lesson
V: What does Lenin have to do with this?
VI: LMS and the Infinite Future
VII: Present Value vs Present Values
VIII: Calculating the Cost of Inactivity
IX: The Paradox of Benefit Cuts
X: The Danger of Low Cost
XI: Seven Good Questions by Reader Arne
XII: LMS, Solvency and 'Crisis'
Adding to the Baker's dozen.
XIII: 'Crisis' at Shortfall; or Show me the Money
XIV :Why Benefit Cuts and Cap Increases Backfire
XV: Why Do They Care
XVI: Democracy and Reaction
XVII: Cap Increases and Donut Holes
XVIII: Social Security Advisory Board Technical Panel Report
XIX: Narratology of Crisis
XX: Reframing the Trust Fund
XXI: When Personal isn't Private
XXII: What If? Low Cost as Fairy Tale
XXIII: Low Cost, a Follow Up on the Fairy Tale
Posts XXIV and beyond are indexed at More Social Security Posts from Angry Bear
And just in the interests of meta-self-referentialism here is the link back to this page from Angry Bear: Index: the Baker's Dozen