Young Baby Boomers were forced to play duck-and-cover in school, in hopes that a desk would protect them from an atomic explosion... - Al Feldstein Quotes
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Quote:Young Baby Boomers were forced to play duck-and-cover in school, in hopes that a desk would protect them from an atomic explosion. It was all bullshit, and they knew it. They were questioning the entire adult establishment, and that was the root cause of juvenile delinquency. It was also the root cause of EC's success; kids were looking for ways to numb themselves to this horror that they felt. - Al Feldstein Quotes
  


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