Robert Fogel Quote: “In 1890, nearly everyone died on…”

In 1890, nearly everyone died on the job, and if they lived long enough not to die on the job, the average age of retirement was 85.

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Name: Robert Fogel
Profession: Historian
Nationality: American
Birthday: July 1, 1926
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