Bea Frankel discusses San Francisco poet and playwright Irene Paull's book "Everybody's studying us: the ironies of aging in the Pepsi Generation." Bea talks with two people from the California Association for Older Americans, Helen Boelke [sp?], program coordinator, and Jack Kaufman, staff writer for the Association, about the organization, why they published the book, and other issues concerning senior citizens. Produced by Bea Frankel and Beil [sp?] Kobrin with Leslie Kwass, attorney, California Rural Legal Assistance, San Francisco, and Andy Gould, field representative, Social Security Administration, Berkeley.
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