The year 1946 witnessed a noticeable uptick in births that defined it demographically as
the start of the post-WWII Baby Boom.
To much fanfare, the first boomer "baby" turned 60 on January 1, 2006. Inevitably, we'll
endure significant fuss over the next 18 years (ugh!) as the 1946-1964 boomer
bulge reaches the Big Six-O. (And you know they'll egotistically boast about their enormous affect on society.)
Do you believe the impact of boomers is due more to special qualities of character, ability,
creativity, etc. or mostly because there's just so many of them?