Age Power: How the 21st Century Will Be Ruled by the New Old

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Jeremy P. Tarcher Incorporated, 1999 - Social Science - 266 pages
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In the past, few people had a chance to "age." Throughout 99 percent of human history, the average life expectancy was less than eighteen years. Today, however, we are witnessing an unprecedented generational shift. In America, the largest generation in history -- the baby boomers -- is fast approaching its senior years, in which the elderly will routinely live well beyond their eighties and nineties.

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Continuing themes discussed in several of his previous books (Age Wave: The Challenges and Opportunities of an Aging America, LJ 3/15/89), Dychtwald, the founding president of Age Wave, LLC, a ... Read full review

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Ken Dychtwald, Ph.D., is a renowned psychologist, gerontologist and public speaker and the bestselling author of 15 books, including The Power Years, Bodymind, Age Wave and Workforce Crisis. His firm, Age Wave, has consulted on product and service development for baby boomers for more than half the Fortune 500 businesses. He has been featured on 60 Minutes and Oprah as well as in the Wall Street Journal, The Globe and Mail, National Post, Maclean's and TIME.

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