We baby boomers have made waves since our births. In the years following World War II, men and women came home and went about the serious business of making a living and starting a family. Boom! Lots of babies. In the early ’50s as a tsunami of kids approached first grade, new schools sprouted in every community. Taxpayers funded the expansion of civic structures of all kinds necessary to accommodate our families — new streets in subdivisions going up fast, plus electrical, gas, water, and sewer systems, police and fire protection, parks, libraries, museums. We were well taken care of. …
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