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03-23-2012, 04:02 PM
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Originally Posted by buddahsmoka1 View Post
The U.S. Census Bureau, along with countless other sources proves you wrong.



http://www.census.gov/population/www...e/natproj.html



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baby_boomer#cite_note-9
your proof is 3 saying 1960, and 1 saying 64... please tell me you arent a law student


Landon Jones, who coined the term "baby boomer" in his book Great Expectations: America and the Baby Boom Generation, defined the span of the baby-boom generation as extending from 1943 through 1960

Strauss and Neil Howe, well known for their generational theory, define the social generation of Boomers as the cohorts born from 1943 to 1960

Doug Owram argues that the Canadian boom took place from 1943 to 1960

Bernard Salt places the Australian baby boom between 1943 and 1960

Another definition for the Baby Boom is the decade after the Second World War, that is 1946 to 1955

Le taux annuel de naissances pour 1 000 habitants « atteint son plancher au Canada en 1937 à 20,1. L'amélioration des conditions économiques entraîne sa remontée, qui s'accélère pendant la Deuxième Guerre mondiale. Ce taux atteint 24,3 par 1 000 habitants en 1945. En 1946, il grimpe à 27,2 et fluctue entre 27 et 28,5 jusqu'en 1959 puis redescend progressivement par la suite »


Yup, I'm proven wrong.

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