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Boomers vs Busters

Boomers: "Me" generation; Busters: "We" generation

Boomers: Live to work; Busters: Work to live

Boomers: Jay Leno; Busters: David Letterman

Boomers: Enlightenment world view; Busters: Postmodern worldview

Boomers: Institutions; Busters: Relationships

Boomers: Propositional truth; Busters: Relational truth

Boomers: Excellence; Busters: Authenticity

Boomers: Growth; Busters: Community

Boomers: Lonely; Busters: Alone

Boomers: Success; Busters: Wholeness

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