Longwave Press

Title: Baby Boomers, Generation X and Social Cycles, Volume 1: North American Long-waves
Author: Edward Cheung
CANADA ISBN: 978-1-896330-06-8
U.S. ISBN: 978-1-896330-00-6
Format: Book, 320 pages.
Binding: Cloth.
Release date: July 30, 2007
List Price: $38.00

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Did you think the original Baby Boomers, Generation X and Social Cycles was leading edge? Did you think that it was revolutionary? Now expanded and updated as Volume 1: North American Long-waves, this book is better than ever. Anyone reading this book for the first-time will have their views on demographics and long-waves changed forever.

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http://www.census.gov/pred/www/rpts/Generation X Final Report.pdf

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Hong Kong Baptist University
Long Wave, Globalization and Technological Salvation

Futures Magazine
From Tsunamis to Long Waves and Back

U.S. Fire Administration
Generation Based Differences Within The Elk Grove Village Fire Department

Princeton University Department of Politics
Passing On Political Judgment: A history and theory of generations in political thought

Illinois Bar Journal
Generation X and Civil Juries