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Demography Is Not Destiny, Revisited (PDF)
Center on an Aging Society, Georgetown University via The Commonwealth Fund Link to more items from this source
Mar. 17, 2005
120 pages. Excerpt: This report provides a framework and some of the basic data necessary to understand why the future of the United States will not be determined solely by anticipated changes in the size and age distribution of the population. Choices made through the political process and through market forces, in conjunction with demographic changes, will determine the future, the authors say.

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