Millennials can expect to receive much less for their tax dollars than have earlier generations, especially during their retirement years, largely due to the policy choices made by their elders. The time has come for moral philosophy to devote attention to the topic of intergenerational fairness, just as it has attended to issues of race, class, and gender.
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