Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan on Thursday endorsed saving most of the federal budget surplus for Social Security instead of using it for tax cuts or new spending.

Testifying before the Senate Budget Committee, he said such an approach- a key pillar of President Clinton's Social Security reform plan-would strengthen the economy and boost the retirement nest eggs of all Americans.

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