Who Best Represents the Baby Boomer Generation? Or, Who Can We Blame for this Mess?
I've always prided myself on being a "Baby Boomer." But, when I actually thought about it. I asked myself why?
As "Baby Boomers," being born between 1946 and 1964, we came of age during a time of great social and economic change.
Everything our fathers had fought to protect was being challenged -- by us -- their very own offspring.
Granted, there were plenty of inequalities to be addressed. There still are.
But, how did the "Greatest Generation" spawn a nation of malcontents?
Hadn't they assured our opportunity to realize the "American Dream?"
What was our problem?
How did the initial members of our demographic, best known for demonstrations, free love, and widespread drug abuse, evolve into the latter, which prides itself on the acquisition of wealth, while fine-turning political corruption, and maintaining widespread drug abuse?
In the end, how will history record our contributions to society? I guess th