Light on a Gray Area: American Public Policy on Aging
'Light on a Gray Area' examines the public policy implications of the 'graying of America' from the viewpoint of Christian theological ethics. Provides a summary of current public policy concerning aging, clearly setting forth the gravity of the demographic situation and the need for more serious attention to the elderly.
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