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Best Books on Busters

Helpful reading on a new generation* The Baby Bust: A Generation Comes of Age by William Dunn (American Demographics, 1993).

* "Baby Busters: The Disillusioned Generation" by George Barna (Northfield, 1992).

* "Generation Ecch!" by Jason Cohen and Michael Krugman (Simon & Schuster, 1994).

* "Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture" by Douglas Coupland (St. Martin's, 1991).

* "The GenX Reader" by Douglas Rushkoff (Ballantine, 1994).

* "Life after God" by Douglas Coupland (Pocket, 1994).

* "Reaching the New Generation" by Alan Roxburgh (InterVarsity, 1993).

* "The Twentysomething American Dream" by Michael Cohen (Dutton, 1993).

* "13th Gen" by Neil Howe and William Strauss (Vintage Books, 1993).

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