Publisher description for The boomer century, 1946-2046 : how America's most influential generation changed everything / Richard Croker and Alexandria Productions.
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The Baby Boom generation has always been known as
a demographic anomaly and these 77 million Americans
have dominated our society for the past 60 years, setting
trends and revolutionizing entire industries. They didn't
just date, they transformed sex roles and practices. They
didn't just go to the doctor, they reinvented healthcare.
And now retirement and aging will never be the same
as the oldest boomers move into their 60s with no
thoughts of traditional retirement or old-age homes!
Featuring insightful interviews and essays from Baby
Boomers like Dr. Andrew Weill, Erica Jong, Eve Ensler,
Rob Reiner, Oliver Stone, Lester Thurow, and Tony
Snow, THE BOOMER CENTURY is an entertaining,
historical and cultural look at a truly amazing generation.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Baby boom generation -- United States.
United States -- Social conditions -- 1945-
Social change -- United States.