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Wally Bock explores the touchy subject of retirement. An excerpt: In fact, for most of history, nobody retired. Retirement is a 20th-century invention and not an especially good one. There are a number of studies that seem to indicate that if you retire, you’re more likely to die soon. I’m talking about the kind of retirement that’s described in those TV ads: pure, undiluted leisure.
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