Why Are Boomers Still Talking About the 60s? Columnist Meghan Daum says that when it comes to honoring anniversaries of 1960s milestones, the baby boomer generation just doesn't know when to stop. "Enough with the 1968 nostalgia," Daum writes in an op-ed in The Los Angeles Times. "It's time for boomers to stifle themselves."
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Why Are Boomers Still Talking About the 60s?

Why Are Boomers Still Talking About the 60s?

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If you're not tired of hearing about 1968 anniversaries, you can find more coverage of that tumultuous year here:

Columnist Meghan Daum says that when it comes to honoring anniversaries of 1960s milestones, the baby boomer generation just doesn't know when to stop.

"Enough with the 1968 nostalgia," Daum writes in an op-ed in The Los Angeles Times. "It's time for boomers to stifle themselves."