"The Old Boys' Club" is not a book on geriatrics nor about the social interaction of old, retired club members, as it title might suggest, but refers rather to it more colloquial meaning of any clique high up on the socio-economic totem pole, which more in the sense of a secret society would prevent any newcomer to participate in, let alone usurp their power and vested interests, a fact which the books' subtitle- The Mahatmas'"5" Truisms (which in fact are not self-evident or indisputable truth at all or there would have been no need for such a book)- certainly demolished right from the start any possible suspicion about such an aged and this dated dissertation about dotage in general. And since these five truisms as listed in so many words in this book's index and Religious, Governments, the Legal Profession, our Medical Associations, not to forget the Universities, which all destroy in total and respectively Spirituality, the citizens' rights to Freedom and Liberty, Justice in it true sense of the word, the nations' Health, and Knowledge we as members of genus homo sapiens are so proud of, these five truisms. If we may call them that, are more like taboos not to be discusses by the citizenry at large- you and me! - since counterproductive to these institutions' antisocial agendas. In short, this book is "politically incorrect" and should be classified as such. "P.G." is definitely advisable is not X-rated" because of its at the time overt sexual implications!