The Upside of Aging: How Long Life Is Changing the World of Health, Work, Innovation, Policy and Purpose
Paul Irving is the president of the Milken Institute-a nonpartisan think tank dedicated to improving public health and aging across America. He will talk about his new book, The Upside of Aging: How Long Life Is Changing the World of health, Work, Innovation, Policy and Purpose. (Wiley)
Richard Ravitch built some of New York’s most notable buildings, cleaned up its most notorious public transportation agency, helped the city escape financial ruin, and served as Lieutenant Governor in the wake of the Eliot Spitzer scandal. He will talk about his new memoir, So Much To Do: A Full Life of Business, Politics, and Confronting Fiscal Crises. (Public Affairs)
Attys. David Boies & Theodore B. Olson are two of the country’s most prominent lawyers, litigating some of the highest profile cases in recent history-including Bush v. Gore, where they argued on opposing sides all the way to the Supreme Court. They joined forces in the lawsuit Hollingsworth v. Perry, to combat California’s Proposition 8, reinstating the freedom to same-sex marriage. They will talk about their new book, Redeeming the Dream: The Case For Marriage Equality. (Viking)
Steve Weisman will discuss the Senate dealing with grandparent scams.