Am I my parents' keeper?

Am I my parents' keeper?

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This is an essay about the just distribution of resources between the young and the old. It seeks a principled way, rooted in a theory of justice, to resolve disputes about how income support, health care, and other social resources should be allocated to different age groups in our society. This book is primarily concerned with the just design of social institutions, but it has a bearing on the dilemmas faced by individuals trying to understand what they ought to do for their elderly parents. Although it addresses important issues of public policy and, therefore, is of interest to all those concerned with the well-being of the elderly, current and future, it is a philosophical essay rather than a detailed analysis of policy options.This is an essay about the just distribution of resources between the young and the old.


Title:Am I my parents' keeper?
Author: Norman Daniels
Publisher:Oxford University Press, USA - 1988
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