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