Provocative New Book Examines Economy’s Effect on Older Workers
John K. Hulett Highlights Age Discrimination and Challenges of Finding a Job in Middle Age
Hulett, a 55-year-old businessman and graduate student of theology, weaves personal experience with extensive research and political discussion. “Age Discrimination: An Epidemic in America” chronicles five failed investigations prompted by Hulett’s lawsuit claiming age discrimination. Hulett details how the government participated in these investigations and how large corporations are protected from employee claims because of their close relationships with many government agencies. He also thoroughly examines the correlation between today’s deep recession and age discrimination.
Hulett is hopeful that “Age Discrimination: An Epidemic in America” will call attention to this important issue and spark an essential debate among politicians. He writes:
President Barack Obama spent most of his career fighting to build stronger civil rights as a civil rights attorney in the U.S. Senate for the State of Illinois. My hope is that he expands his civil rights agenda to include all areas of discrimination (race, color, origin, age, gender, religion, and disability). Perhaps one day President Obama will find a moment in his busy schedule to address one of my many emails, faxes, and letters sent over the past six months? After all, discrimination has a lot do to with this economy including affordable healthcare, livable wages, affordable housing, fair credit, and putting all Americans back to work. No man or woman should have to study case law or maintain high levels of wealth in order to defend his or her rights in the workplace.
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