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Nurtured by progressive parents, Ethel Percy Andrus finds her calling
Andrus meets a retired teacher living in poverty, vows to make a difference
AARP emerges as Andrus’ ideas take flight
President Lyndon B. Johnson signs law in 1965
CEO Jo Ann Jenkins is inspired today by Andrus
Grey Gables pioneers new model for living
Innovative home highlights White House conference
Pavilion showcases philosophy on aging
First 45-day trip to Europe costs $895
Teacher-founder creates education program in 1963
‘Modern Maturity’ (now 'AARP The Magazine') is born
Health insurance for all is a top priority
Members get access to affordable medications
Warnings of scams go back to our founding days
She talks about how to stay happy as you age
Association grows into a major force for change
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