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Includes bibliographical references (p. 235-254) and index.
Introduction : manhood and its discontents -- Growing old at work during the early twentieth century -- Old age poverty, pension politics, and gender during the 1920s -- Older men and the boundaries of manhood during the 1930s -- Postwar manhood and the shock of retirement -- Work, play, and gender : the making of retirement culture -- Conclusion : beyond the masculinity of youth?