Congress && Revision Of Mandatory Retirement Age Policy

November 1977
Congressional Digest;Nov77, Vol. 56 Issue 11, p258
Focuses on the stature of mandatory retirement age policy in the U.S. Congress as of November 1977. Overview of this policy; Impact of this policy on work habits and job opportunities of older Americans; Efforts made by senator Harrison Williams to raise the mandatory retirement age; Overview of opposition and controversy over the wisdom to raise or eliminate the mandatory retirement age of workers; Reason behind these oppositions and controversies.


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