How the Science of Aging is Evolving, Why Partisan Politics May Actually Solve Inequality

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An old couple walk on the street. In China, there are more than 200 million old people of over 60 years old at present, which accounts for 15% of total population.

Theoretical biologist Josh Mitteldorf reveals how the aging process has evolved over millions of years. John Guzlowski's poetry collection, "Echoes of Tattered Tongues" details his parents’ experiences in Germany, and later as refugees in Chicago. "Hustling Hitler" tells the true story of Freeman Bernstein, a con artist and vaudeville performer, who swindled the Nazi government in 1937. How party politics have affected economic and social inequality over the course American history.