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Book Preview Baby Boomers, Generation X and Social Cycles Volume 1: North American Long-waves by Edward Cheung Hardcover, 320 pages. Release Date: July 30, 2007 Publisher: Longwave Press This Book Preview Contains Three Sections. Section I: Book Summaries Section II: Chapter 1 and Other Material Section III: A Few More Highlights This book may be purchased from: Amazon.com, Books XYZ and many other Fine Book Retailers. For a Limited Time You Could get this Book for Free - Special Offer From:
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  Book Preview Baby Boomers, Generation X and Social CyclesVolume 1: North American Long-wavesby Edward CheungHardcover, 320 pages.  Release Date: July 30, 2007 Publisher: Longwave Press This Book Preview Contains Three Sections.Section I: Book SummariesSection II: Chapter 1 and Other MaterialSection III: A Few More HighlightsThis book may be purchased from:Amazon.com,Books XYZand many otherFine Book Retailers.For a Limited Time You Could get this Book for Free - Special Offer From: click on the icon belowPlease pass this pdf to all who may be interested.Distributed by Baker and Taylor Books A080912  Section I   Book Summaries  Summary 15 Words: Recurring baby booms in the past 200 years have changed social,political and economic history. Summary 75 Words:  A compelling demographic analysis of North America that reveals thatthere were other baby booms in the past 200 years. With each baby boomcomes recurring themes such as the 1910’s women’s movement andJazz, the 1920’s stock market craze, and the 1930’s interest in pensions, healthcare and social security. The Boomer parallels are reected in the 1960’s women’s movement and Rock music, followed by our currentinterest in stocks, pensions, healthcare and social security. Summary 501 Words: Change happens around us everyday, but understanding change has always been difcult. Why did a generation become infatuated with rock  ‘n’ roll and the civil rights movement? Why did our focus change to anobsession with the stock market and in investing in ever larger homes?What is the future of pensions and healthcare when Baby Boomersretire? The answers to these and many other questions can be found inour understanding of our past.   Baby Boomers, Generation X and Social Cycles, Volume 1: North American Long-waves , begins by examining the populationgrowth rates of the United States and Canada from 1789 to the presentand shows that population growth rates have not always been uniformthroughout history. The changes in the rates of population growth werecaused by changes in birth rates. When birth rates increased, baby boomswere created and when birth rates decreased, Generation Xs were born.These changes in population growth have created recurring themes inhistory.Each baby boom was followed by a period of increasingactivism. When birth rates declined, society entered a period of decreasing activism. In the 1900’s and 1910’s the women’s movementwas revitalized to rally for voting rights and the settlement-house
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