What’s going to happen when the most prosperous, best-educated generation in history finally grows up? (And just how special are the baby boomers?)
Just a matter of weeks from now, on December 31, as millions of Americans don party hats and pop champagne corks to usher in the New Year, Kathleen Casey, the Philadelphia-born daughter of a Navy machinist and his wife, will likely find her phone once again ringing off the hook. It happens every decade or so.
Read more »