I further distinguish the major crime boom of the 1960s from two smaller "boomlets
" in the late 1970s and mid-1980s.
Now, with the opening of three mega-resorts and other new attractions catering to baby boomers and their boomlets
, Las Vegas is reinventing itself again.
The Washington insiders and media manipulators who had created successive Babbitt boomlets
throughout the preprimary campaign could not, at last, raise Arizona to presidential heights.
Came down from Chebanse, from the Illinois Central in Iroquois County, to the Chicago & Eastern Illinois line's division at Villa Grove in one of the Twenties boomlets
, the last precipitous edges of the great devolvment
This argument will be familiar to anyone who remembers presidential boomlets
for figures such as Douglas MacArthur, Ross Perot, and Lee Iacocca.