Born to pay: the new politics of aging in America

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Houghton Mifflin, 1987 - Law - 308 pages
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Looking ahead to when baby boomers retire, this study clarifies the impending crises in health care, housing, and the national deficit and confronts specific national policy issues that need to be resolved

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This book should have been read nearly 20 years ago when it was first written. Most of the content is still relevant as most of the issues covered have yet to be addressed in a serious way. Read it ... Read full review

Born to pay: the new politics of aging in America

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The aging of the population, increasing poverty, declining educational standards, and massive budget deficits have contributed to a looming social crisis in which the support of the elderly is ... Read full review


The Challenge of an Aging Society
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