FRONTLINE: The Pension Gamble DVD

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FRONTLINE: The Pension Gamble America is in the midst of a pension crisis: Around half of all states haven't saved nearly enough money to pay for the benefits they've promised to government workers - and the total shortage adds up to trillions of dollars. Who is responsible - and what is at stake for the country's teachers, police, firefighters, and ... More
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FRONTLINE: The Pension Gamble America is in the midst of a pension crisis: Around half of all states haven't saved nearly enough money to pay for the benefits they've promised to government workers - and the total shortage adds up to trillions of dollars.

Who is responsible - and what is at stake for the country's teachers, police, firefighters, and other public employees?

The Pension Gamble goes inside America's pension crisis, tracing how state governments have withheld pension contributions to cover shortfalls, and waged risky bets on Wall Street. FRONTLINE goes inside the volatile fight over pensions playing out in Kentucky, a state whose once-flush pension system for its police, firefighters, teachers, and other public workers is now among the worst-funded in the nation.

Gripping and eye-opening, The Pension Gamble is a must-watch look at a system in crisis, state governments' and Wall Street's role, and why finding solutions matters.

Producer: Marcela Gavir, Nick Verbitsky
Executive Producer: Raney Aronson-Rath
Production Company: Frontline/WGBH
Production Year: 2018
Copyright Year: 2018
Host: Martin Smith
Writers: Marcela Gaviria & Martin Smith
Discs: 1
Subtitles: Y
Subtitle Language: English (SDH)
Language track: English
Audio Format: Stereo
Aspect Ratio: 16x9 Widescreen

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5.0 star rating
04/03/21
Superb look at KY public pension theft
Review by Teacher on 04/03/21 review stating Superb look at KY public pension theft
Overview of a complicated and clever ripoff of public pensions leaving KY about $60 billion in debt.


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