Time Magazine Contents Page: July 16, 1990

Vol. 136, No. 3 JULY 16, 1990


LIVING: What's the matter with young adults today? They're balking at work, marriage and nearly everything the baby boomers stand for

Raised in a time of drugs, divorce and economic strain, the twentysomething crowd wants to postpone growing up -- at least according to the previous generation's rules. Members of the 18-to-29 group seem to possess only a vague sense of their own identity but a monumental preoccupation with all the problems the baby boomers will leave for them to fix.


NATION: NATO unclenches its iron fist but stops short of lending Gorbachev a hand

The Western alliance wants...

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