The French don't make any pretense of having a funded Social Security system -- is that better or worse than our "Trust Fund" system?
Why is France embroiled in strikes while the UK's Social Security reform was smooth sailing?
In which it turns out that the reason for the current French strike, and the public support, is not just a defense of super-early retirement ages but worry about a complete re-do of their pension system.
The French are striking to protest retirement age reform. How do they compare to their American counterparts?