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Who Will Keep Our Memories When We Forget?

An essay that just ran in the New York Times "Booming" blog, aimed at Baby Boomers like me, nailed one of the qualities that's so different between my generation and the one that came before us: the way we parent. In the fifties and sixties, according to the essayist Beth Thompson, children paid attention to their parents' lives. Read More

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Robin Marantz Henig is a science journalist and co-author, with her daughter Samantha Henig, of Twentysomething: Why Do Young Adults Seem Stuck?


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