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Fountain Of Age, The

by Friedan, Betty


Simon & Schuster, 1993. Hard Cover Hardcover. NEAR FINE/GOOD. • Binding: Hard Cover • Large Print • 1993 • Dust jacket has edgewear, tear on back cover.. Clean tight pages. Tight square binding. •


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On Aug 26 2007, Hazelwood_Booksellers said:
  "From the founder of, NOW, the National Organization for Women and the National Women's Political Caucus, famed author Betty Friedan produces what may well be her most important book since the publishing of her 'The Feminine Mystique' in 1963, with this breakthrough work, 'The Fountain of Age'. In 'The Feminine Mystique' Ms. Friedan forever changed the way women viewed themselves and the way society at large viewed them. Now, in 'The Fountain of Age', she does the same for "senior citizens". Opening new vistas for those over sixty and beyond, philosophically, psychologically, sexually, medically, career-wise, retirement-wise, and in every other conceivable way. After an intriguing read of this provocative book you'll never think of old age the same way again, and you'll never think of it again in the depressing, restrictive terms society has been lead to believe. This book shatters the shackles of the youth myth and makes blazingly golden the golden years."


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