America the wise: the longevity revolution and the true wealth of nations
As the baby boomers prepare to become senior citizens, the man who coined the term "counterculture" takes an insightful look at the changes that await America in every walk of life. Theodore Roszak calls upon the swelling senior population to establish a society based not on the survival of the fittest but on wisdom, compassion, and the survival of the gentlest.
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Living to 100: Lessons in Living to Your Maximum Potential at Any Age
Thomas T. Perls,Margery Hutter Silver
No preview available - 1999
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