For over 60 years, members of the oversized baby boomer generation have made just about everyone crazy: their parents, their teachers, their children, more recently their grandchildren, and -most of all- each other. "THE POSTWARRIORS: BOOMERS AGING BADLY" takes an inside look at the leading edge of the boomer generation as it careers headlong through middle age and toward points beyond. This series of essays examines many of the idiosyncrasies and foibles of the boomers, some of which bear an uncanny resemblance to earlier generations, but many of which have set a new standard for quirkiness. Many of these essays have been published in "The Princeton Packet," a local newspaper founded in 1786.
Learn how the boomers have responded to the sometimes bitter, sometimes sweet, sometimes bittersweet experiences of aging. Find out how boomers have coped (or perhaps not) with challenges ranging from reunions to colonoscopies. Explore how boomers have complicated everything from snobbery to coffee. Discover why boomers take themselves seriously, and why no one else should.
In short, "THE POSTWARRIORS: BOOMERS AGING BADLY" provides you with everything you "never" wanted to know about the baby boom generation.