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The data seems to indicate that age discrimination continues to exist even though it may be a costly practice due to the declining birth rates.

How did changing social conditions (such as increased life expectancy) and economic conditions (such as industrialization) change attitudes toward aging?

Briefly summarize the 2 competing views of age discrimination.

Should we legally support mandatory retirement cut-offs?

Present the argument for legitimacy of requiring the aging worker to leave the marketplace.

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Changing social conditions such as increased life expectancy changed attitudes towards aging due to the fact that individuals were able to be productive workers for much longer periods of time than during times when life ...

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