The Master Trend: How the Baby Boom Generation Is Remaking America

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The Master Trend

How the
Baby Boom Generation
Is Remaking America

Cheryl Russell

PLENUM PRESS • NEW YORK AND LONDON

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The Master Trend: How the Baby Boom Generation Is Remaking America
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction 1
  • I - The Master Trend *
  • 1 - The Thrill Is Gone 7
  • 2 - The Birth of the Baby Boom 11
  • 3 - The Baby Boom Breaks the Ru Les 15
  • 4 - The Baby Boom H Its the Wall 21
  • II - The First Free Agents *
  • 5 - The First Free Agent 27
  • 6 - Technology and Individualism 31
  • 7 - The First Generation of Free Agents 33
  • 8 - The Next Generation of Free Agents 39
  • 9 - Free Agents around the World 45
  • 10 - O N a Collision Cou Rse 49
  • III - Free Agents and the Personalized Economy *
  • 11 - The Personal Ized Economy 55
  • 12 - A Preference for Leisure 63
  • 13 - The Star System 73
  • 14 - The Working Family 87
  • IV - Free Agents and the Matriarchal Family *
  • 15 - The Fight against Obligations 97
  • 16 - The Marriage Market 101
  • 17 - The Baby Boom's Children 111
  • 18 - The Rise of the Matriarchal Family 119
  • 19 - Women as Kin Con Nectors 127
  • V - Free Agents and the Ethics of Individualism *
  • 20 - The Ten Com Mand Ments 135
  • 21 - The Rise of Crime 145
  • 22 - The Rise of Tolerance 151
  • 23 - The Rise of Self-Interest 156
  • VI - Free Agents and the 21st Century *
  • 24 - Growing Old, but Not Gracefully 171
  • 25 - The End of Early Retirement 175
  • 26 - The Money Supply 179
  • 27 - The Fortunate Few 187
  • 28 - Old and Alone 191
  • 29 - Improving Health 197
  • 30 - Spiritual Therapy 207
  • VII - Free Agents, for Better or Worse? *
  • 31 - The Final Judgment 215
  • Notes 235
  • Index 269
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