"A disturbing portrait of the business of retirement-center development and the deracinated lifestyle it fosters."
A sharp take on care- and child-free "Active Adults" communities, where golf carts have replaced the automobile, downtowns are make-believe, the days are filled with sunshine and restrictive covenants enforce conformity.
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