Table of contents for The boomer century, 1946-2046 : how America's most influential generation changed everything / Richard Croker and Alexandria Productions.

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	Chapter 1: We are Born
		Television: What America Wasn't
		Movies - the First Rebels
		The America that Television Didn't show
	
	Chapter 2: Camelot
		The Cuban Missile Crisis
		The Rock 'n Roll Revolution 
		"Bombingham"
		Shots were Fired
		
	Chapter 3: The Times, They are A-Changin'
		Spock Babies go to College
		We Shall Overcome
		All to Whom the Presence may Come, Greetings
		
	Chapter 4: Drugs, Sex and Rock 'n Roll
		The Power of the Pill
		Killer Weed
		All in the Family
		Male Chauvinist Pigs!
		The Battle of the Sexes
		
 Chapter 5: Hell no! We won't go!
		Never trust anyone over 30!
		God is Dead?
		Oh, my God! Not again!
		The Nixon Years
		There's a Man with a Gun over There!
	Chapter 6: Get a Job
		I am Woman - Hear me Roar!
		Love, Honor & WHAT?
		But What about the Kids?
	Chapter 7: From Nine to Five to 24/7
		Techno-"Boom"
		Hey! I've got an Idea!
		Casual Friday? Lose the Bathrobe.
		
	Chapter 8: The "Me" Generation
		"Debt," for Lack of a Better Word, is Good
		No Gold Watch for You!
		So - How far have We Come?
		Boomers Come in Two Colors - Red & Blue
		Empowerment or Entitlement
		
	Chapter 9: "Over?" Did You Say "Over"?
		The Ponce de Leon Generation
		Of Youth, Vigor and Tiny Little Worms
	Chapter 10: Middlescence
		Will You Still Need Me?
		What do you want to be when you Retire?
		Wait! God May not be Dead After All!
		Gone Fishin'
		Will You Still be Sending me a Valentine?
		
	Chapter 11: Will You Still Feed Me?
		Working without a Net
		So, does this mean War?
		
	Chapter 12: At Least You've Still Got Your Health
		They Cured Polio, Didn't They?
		All Good Things Must WHAT?
		What's it All About?
	Chapter 13: What's it all About?

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Baby boom generation -- United States.
United States -- Social conditions -- 1945-.
Social change -- United States.