baby boomer

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a member of the baby boom generation in the 1950s

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The baby-boomer phenomenon isn't just limited to the United States, said Stan Tulin, vice chairman and CFO of Axa Financial Inc.
It's true that many of today's teens can listen to an Oasis or a Soundgarden record - or even to the Beatles, who flourished a decade before they were born - and lose themselves; they aren't bothered by baby-boomer ideas about time (that it is linear, progressive), preferring to swim in the loop of serial pasts.
Generation Y--those born during the baby boomlet of 1977 to 1995--is the largest population sector in the United States since the baby-boomer era.
In the end, I am left wondering, among other things, to what extent it was TV (and movies and songs and ads) that helped light the radical fire under baby-boomer teens and to what extent it was talking about TV that did the trick.
Early retirement by baby-boomers would reduce the long-term burden on the social security trust fund.
The largest and most historically recent was the antiwar movement of the 1960s, led by angry baby-boomers whose Marxist politics first infected disparate universities and then mushroomed into a virulent, world-wide epidemic.