Aging: A very real problem

July 1992
Advertising Age;7/13/1992, Vol. 63 Issue 28, p18
Trade Publication
Presents a commentary by Sid Bernstein on the immediate problem of aging. Primary world problem is overpopulation; Various statistics on the problem; Markedly older population which is aging at an alarming rate; 1992 Information Please Almanac chart, credited to the Bureau of the Census; Plea to examine some of the possibilities to help solve this problem.


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