Fisher, Jacob; Schuchat, Theodor; Textor, Clinton N.; Hufnagel, Douglas; Allen, Pauline B.; Binn, Dorothy; Kalin, Irving; David, Rudolph; DiMeo Jr., Ralph
May 1988
New Republic;5/16/88, Vol. 198 Issue 20, p6
Presents letters to the editor referencing to Henry Fairlie's article in the March 28 issue of the periodical. Statement that the story on the Fairlie Conspiracy of the Aged that talks about the morally offensive lifestyles of the elders; Effect of the annual federal budget on people over the age of 65; Comment on Fairlie's character analysis on the elderly; Discussion of the relation between the national health insurance and Medicare in the U.S.; Report that Medicare provides hospitalization care, paid for by a small portion of one's lifetime Social Security contributions.


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