January 30, 2014
What Graying World Can Teach U.S.
Bruce Stokes, Global Public Square
The Associated Press
The inexorable aging of the U.S. population has been one of Washington’s rationales for raising the retirement age, reforming health care and cutting the government deficit and debt. Continuing policy debates driven by fears of the economic consequences of a graying society are almost inevitable.
TAGGED: Demographics, Population, United States