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19 Elder L.J. [i] (2011-2012)

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ARTICLES
Restoring Retirement Security: The Market Crisis, the Great Risk
Shift, and the Challenge for Our Nation
Jacob S. Hacker, Ph.D ... ..............................  1
The Bell Is Tolling: Retiree Health Benefits Post-Health Reform
Susan E. Cancelosi    ................................... 49
The Rise in Elder Bankruptcy Filings and the Failure of U.S.
Bankruptcy Law
John A. E. Pottow     ................................... 119
NOTES
Ensuring Equal Access to the Internet for the Elderly: The Need to
Amend Title III of the ADA
Michael P. Anderson     ................................. 159
Calculating Death: Implications of the Six-Month Prognosis
Certification Requirement for the Medicare Hospice Benefit
Amanda Jacobowski .     ................................. 187
Protecting the Protectors: A Call for Fair Working Conditions for
Home Health Care Workers
Julia Lippitt  ....................................... 219
Law, Insouciance, and Death in the Emergency Room
Erin  W ebley  ...............................................  257

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