The Boomer generation - i.e., the 78 million people born between 1946 and 1964 - are among the most influential groups in U.S. history. (In fact, there's a good argument to be made that they're the most influential of all.) Not only are their numbers enormous, but their cultural, political and social reach is unprecedented. They've changed our views on issues as profound as sexuality, aging and parenting. And as more and more move into retirement, they'll form a group of older people that's larger than any this country has experienced. Here's a look at how they changed the world.
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