When My Parents Were My Age, They Were Old: Or, Who Are You Calling Middle-Aged?

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Simon and Schuster, May 10, 1995 - Humor - 144 pages
This tongue-in-cheek celebration boldly goes where no book has gone before--right into the heart, soul, and "easy-fit" wardrobe of the generation that invented sex, drugs, and rock and roll to reveal exactly how 76 million baby boomers are handling middle age. Line drawings.
 

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Contents

Time Is on Our Side ? 97
21
Turn TurnTurn 98
Secrets Wed Like Revealed 106
Career QA
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About the author (1995)

Cathy Crimmins is the author of several humor books, among them Newt Gingrich's Bedtime Stories for Orphans. She teaches at the University of Pennsylvania and lives in Philadelphia with her husband and daughter.

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