The headlines are getting more frequent — the language, more inflammatory. A war between the generations. The greedy boomers refusing to get out of the way. The hapless millennials struggling to find a footing. A crisis in pensions. A crisis in jobs. A crisis in health care… But is that the true story? In this provocative new book, David Cravit, author of The New Old, dissects the apparent war — and comes to some surprising conclusions:Yes, there are intergenerational conflicts (and some of them look serious)… but the “war” is a matter of emotion more than realityYes, the boomers and seniors are changing all the rules of the “expected” way to age… but the results are anything but dire, as so many pundits would have us believeYes, the millennials are outnumbered and ill-equipped… but they're being saved, anywayAs Cravit shows, even as the apparent intergenerational war unfolds, the winning “army” is already creating the peace … and the foundations for a much more creative, cooperative, and successful society of the future.