In The Road to Character, David Brooks argues (240-270) that the shift from “Little Me” to “Big Me” (and , thus, from “Adam II” to “Adam I”) happens not, as is often thought, in the 60s and 70s (with the Baby Boomers) but, actually, in the late 40s and 50s (with the “Greatest Generation”). In a three-page essay, explain Brooks’s view of the causes of this change, the consequences (both positive and negative), and possible corrections (if we have moved too far in this direction).
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