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Legal Challenges to Achieving an Age-Friendly Society in the United States
This article is the text of a lecture given by Professor David English in March 2014 at the Institute of Gerontology, University of Tokyo, Japan, and at Beijing Administrative College in Beijing, China. An overview of legal issues related to aging in the United States, the article serves as a useful introduction to our international readers and as a helpful snapshot of current issues for our domestic readers.