Once upon a time, Baby Boomers were considered the kings of the cultural hill, and deservedly so. After an adventurous youth, Boomers had settled down nicely, leading the nation to become possibly the richest and most powerful civilization in history. By the turn of the century and millennium, the generation was at the top of its game, deservedly recognized as the principal players in economic, social and political circles. But then, as I write in my new book, The Rise and Fall of Baby Boomers: The Long, Strange Trip of a Generation, something happened.
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