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1990 February

The Elderly and the Federal Courts

By Daniel L. Skoler

The population of older Americans has increased eight-fold since the turn of the century and has been growing since 1980 at a rate nearly three times that of the under-65 population; this article examines the role of the federal courts in dispute resolution and legal definition for a number of issues of right, entitlement, and status for senior citizens.

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