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21 Elder L.J. [i] (2013)

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ELDER LAW
JOURNAL
Volume 21       Number 1        2013
ARTICLES
In Denial: The Role of Law in Preparing for Death
Barbara A. Noah
Peter Pan as Public Policy: Should Fifty-Five-Plus
Age-Restricted Communities Continue To Be Exempt from
Civil Rights Laws and Substantive Federal Regulation?
Mark D. Bauer
Should Social Security and Medicare Be More Market-Based?
Daniel Shaviro
NOTES
Nail in the Coffin: Can Elderly Americans Afford to Die?
Elizabeth Howell Boldt
Medicare and Medical Tourism: Saving Medicare with a
Global Approach to Coverage
Jennifer Conley
Is Forty the New Thirty, or Should It Be Under the ADEA?:
Raising the ADEA Coverage Age in Exchange for
Make-Whole Pain and Suffering Damages
Allison Van Kampen
Redefining Disability: Increasing Efficiency and Fairness in
SSDI
Hannah Weinberger-Divack
PRODUCED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS COLLEGE OF LAW
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