The New Old

The New Old

How the Boomers Are Changing Everything -- Again

DAISY - 2010
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With the oldest Baby Boomers turning 60, there is talk about what it will mean for welfare rates or health-care costs, but what no one is saying is that they are not the same as the older people of any previous generation. The Boomers' simple act of refusing to age is creating a revolution - in education, employment, housing, health and beauty and, of course, sex. Offers a sneak preview of an entirely new society that is coming - a society in which getting your gold watch at the age of 65 will simply mean that the first half of your life is over.
Publisher: [Toronto] : Canadian National Institute for the Blind, [2010 ].
Branch Call Number: 305.244 CRAVI
Characteristics: 1 sound disc (6 hr., 14 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.

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