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Babyboomers (1946 – 1964)

In the aftermath of World War II, the world witnessed a remarkable demographic shift, the birth of the baby boomers. This generation, born between 1946 and 1964, is known for their idealism, optimism, and desire for change. They grew up in an era of social and cultural revolutions, such as the struggle for civil rights and the anti-war movement. For many of them, the pursuit of freedom, equality, and personal growth is central to their lives.

Baby boomers were the driving force behind the fight for equal rights and diversity and were key players in the environmental movement. Economically, baby boomers stimulated post-war prosperity and shaped the consumer culture as we know it today.

Now, decades later, baby boomers remain an influential and often-discussed generation, having shaped and been shaped by the economic, social, and cultural landscapes of their time through their unique values and experiences.

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