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Francis Beckett – What did the baby-boomers ever do for us?


Journalist and contemporary historian Francis Beckett explains why he believes the children of the sixties lived the dream and failed the future.

Funny Baby Boomers Song


Funny Baby Boomers Song

Post WWII Baby Boom Documentary ’10


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Baby Boomers Tribute "Time After Time" San Fernando Valley 1970's – 80's


Baby Boomers Tribute “Time After Time” San Fernando Valley 1970’s – 80’s

BABY BOOMERS – Official Video (Tagalog Version)- Official Video


A Tagalog Version of the prediction of Paul Zane Pilzer on his Book ” Wellness Revolution”

A baby boomer is a person who was born during the demographic Post-World War II baby boom between the years 1946 and 1964, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.[1] The term “baby boomer” is sometimes used in a cultural context. Therefore, it is impossible to achieve broad consensus of a precise definition, even within a given territory. Different groups, organizations, individuals, and scholars may have widely varying opinions on what constitutes a baby boomer, both technically and culturally. Ascribing universal attributes to a broad generation is difficult, and some observers believe that it is inherently impossible. Nonetheless, many people have attempted to determine the broad cultural similarities and historical impact of the generation, and thus the term has gained widespread popular usage.

United States birth rate (births per 1000 population). The blue segment from 1946 to 1964 is the postwar baby boom.[2]
In general, baby boomers are associated with a rejection or redefinition of traditional values; however, many commentators have disputed the extent of that rejection, noting the widespread continuity of values with older and younger generations. In Europe and North America boomers are widely associated with privilege, as many grew up in a time of widespread government subsidies in post-war housing and education, and increasing affluence.[3] As a group, they were the healthiest, and wealthiest generation to that time, and amongst the first to grow up genuinely expecting the world to improve with time.[4]
One feature of Boomers was that they tended to think of themselves as a special generation, very different from those that had come before. In the 1960s, as the relatively large numbers of young people became teenagers and young adults, they, and those around them, created a very specific rhetoric around their cohort, and the change they were bringing about.[5] This rhetoric had an important impact in the self perceptions of the boomers, as well as their tendency to define the world in terms of generations, which was a relatively new phenomenon.
The baby boom has been described variously as a “shockwave”[3] and as “the pig in the python.”[4] By the sheer force of its numbers, the boomers were a demographic bulge which remodeled society as it passed through it.
The term Generation Jones has sometimes been used to distinguish those born from 1954 onward from the earlier Baby Boomers.

Newsweek blames the Baby Boomers 60’s generation for the fall of America


Newsweek blames the Baby Boomers 60’s generation for the fall of America
We need to depopulate the low life who cost Americans so much

Baby Boomers Tribute “Van Nuys Blvd.” 1970’s 80’s San Fernando Valley


Baby Boomers Tribute “Van Nuys Blvd.” 1970’s 80’s San Fernando Valley

Monsters of Folk – Baby Boomer


Baby Boomer by Monsters of Folk

Can Baby Boomers Retire?


Millions of baby boomers are starting to consider retirement, but it couldn’t come at a worse time. As Ben Tracy reports, it’s becoming more and more difficult for older Americans to find work.