SOURCE: LA Progressive
by Walter G. Moss
Reflections on the emergence of Bruce Springsteen as a model for aging successfully in a chaotic and dispiriting age.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Caroline Cicero and Paul Nash
Although largely unnoticed by mainstream media, something significant has happened with the rise of COVID-19: the marginalization of older Americans.
No Stopping Us Now makes clear, for example, that two particularly challenging times to be an older woman in America were the youth-obsessed 1920s and 1960s.
by John Medina
Why that’s good news for aging historians.
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