Prime Time: How Baby Boomers Will Revolutionize Retirement and Transform America

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INDEX
AARP, 67, 91, 175, 212, 224
and Experience Corps, 171, 189, 201, 238-239
Accademy Village (in Tucson), 229
ACE. See Aide Corps for the Elderly
Administration on Aging, 21, 80, 81-82, 85, 89-90, 91, 243
Age, reverence for, 41-42
Age segregation, 34-36, 58, 63, 66-68
Aging
and ambition, 29
and civic life, 19-23
denial of, 22
See also Elderly; Old age; Older Americans; Third age
Aging in Western Societies (Burgess), 52
Aging organizations
and third age, contribution to, 238-239
Aging population, 12-14, 226
and voting, 16, 21
Aide Corps for the Elderly (ACE), 157-158
Alberts, Bruce, 165
Allen, Harold, 169-173, 189, 190, 191, 197-198, 200, 203-204, 205, 207, 233, 251
Alter, Jonathan, 223, 230
Ambition, and aging, 29
American Express, 46, 227
American Public Welfare Association, 91
"Americans over 55 at Work" study (Commonwealth Fund), 19
AmeriCorps, 180, 184
Anderson, Richard, 198
Angel, Linda, 107-108
Angler Education program, 218
Antipoverty movement, 6
Anti-Semitism
and retirement communities, 66
Aries, Philippe, 244
Arizona Senior Academy, 229
Atlanta Project, 223
AT&T, 164
Aulwurm, Richard, 154
Babbitt, Dean, 59, 60
Baby boomers, 13
Barish, Noah, 137
Barnwell, Thomas, 130
Barsky, Henry, 215-216
Beard, George, 44
Bennett, Aggie, 75-78, 99-108, 176, 182
Berkeley, William, 23-24
Berra, Yogi, 58
Big Brother/Big Sister program, 109, 166, 174-175, 196, 234
"Birth of a Revolutionary Class, The" (Thurow), 15
Bismarck, Otto von, 48
Blakely, Edward
Fortress America, 72-73
Blanket Coverage, 209
Blystone, Edward, 209-210
Boorstin, Daniel, 22
Boswell, James, 36
Bowling program, after-school, 181-182
Bowman, Doris, 198, 210
Bradley, Bill, 234
Bray, Charles, 165-166
Breen, Thomas, 32-37, 40, 54-55, 58, 61, 62, 69
and racial discrimination, 65-66
Brennan, Jim, 6, 7
Bridge, William
Word to the Aged, A, 42
Brigham, Donald, 166
Brown, Michael, 159
Burger King, 232
Burgess, Ernest Watson
Aging in Western Societies, 52
Burke, Cindy, 92-94
Burnside, Jean, 208, 214
Bush, George W., 212
Butler, Robert
Why Survive?, 211, 249
Cabot, Natalie, 52-53
Cadwalader Elementary School, 166
Campbell, Carroll, 149
Canadian Great Trunk railroad system, 46
Carnegie Commission
Matter of Time, A, 175-178
Carnegie Corporation, 239
Carstensen, Laura, 112-113

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