Fred Lynch

Claremont McKenna College

Guest

Associate Professor of Government at Claremont McKenna College and author of One Nation under AARP: The Fight over Medicare, Social Security and America's Future

Fred Lynch on KCRW

It's no surprise that older Americans have accumulated more wealth and earn more income than their children and grandchildren.

Zero-Sum Politics in an Age of Austerity

It's no surprise that older Americans have accumulated more wealth and earn more income than their children and grandchildren.

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It's no surprise that older Americans have accumulated more wealth and earn more income than their children and grandchildren.

The Politics of Austerity

It's no surprise that older Americans have accumulated more wealth and earn more income than their children and grandchildren.

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Last week, the  Wall Street Journal  quoted John Rother, policy director of the AARP saying, "The ship was sailing. I wanted to be at the wheel when that happens."

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Last week, the Wall Street Journal quoted John Rother, policy director of the AARP saying, "The ship was sailing. I wanted to be at the wheel when that happens."

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