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Boom and Bust
* Fear the Boom and Busta 2010 hip-hop style music video produced by the Mercatus Center in which Keynes and Hayek take part in a rap battle
One Canadian author, economist and demographer David Foot, divides the generation born after the baby boomers into two groups in his book Boom Bust & Echo: How to Profit from the Coming Demographic Shift: Generation X, born between 1960 and 1966 ; and the " Bust Generation ", born between 1967 and 1979.
In Ontario, Canada, one attempt to define the boom came from David Foot, author of Boom, Bust and Echo: Profiting from the Demographic Shift in the 21st century, published in 1997 and 2000.
* Central City Boom and Bust
Roots of Steel: Boom and Bust in an American Mill Town.
Boom and Bust: A Brief Oral History of Nunica, Grand Rapids: Kent Publishing House.
* Home on the Range No More: The Boom and Bust of a Wyoming Uranium Mining Town 1957-1958.
* Forbes: " Tech Boom, Media Bust "
In this context happened the Encilhamento, an Boom & Bust process that occurred particularly between 1889 – 91, whose effects, positive and negative ones, were felt in all areas of the Brazilian economy throughout the subsequent decades.
* Boom Dot Bust
* Richard C. Berner, Seattle 1921-1940: From Boom to Bust ( Seattle: Charles Press, 1992 )
* Arnie ( Episode: Boom or Bust ) as Sergeant
Boom or Bust.
* Bubble Fiction: Boom or Bust ( 2007 )
The " Where It's Happy " news team of Harold Hiphugger and Ray Hamburger also appear on Boom Dot Bust and Give Me Immortality or Give Me Death.
* Boom Town or Bust: Cowlorado discovers gold on the Mesa and every bull, cow, and calf is looking to get rich quick.
* 03 ) 1920-1929 Boom To Bust
03 ) 1920-1929 Boom To Bust ( 45 minutes )
His book, " Subprime Mortgages: America's Latest Boom and Bust " ( 2007 ) 978-0877667391 was published before the crisis was widely recognized and he had spoken out about them earlier.
Boom Dot Bust is a comedy album recorded by The Firesign Theatre and released in 1999 on Rhino Records.
Contained on the " Boom Dot Bust " record is a comedy song called " That Billville Sound!
* Bubble Fiction: Boom or Bust, ( 2007 ) as herself
Boom and Bust: American Cinema in the 1940s ( Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press ).

Boom and American
* 1924 – Max Roach, American musician and composer ( M ' Boom ) ( d. 2007 )
*" America ’ s Opera Boom " By Jonathan Leaf, The American, July / August 2007 Issue
Gable and Tracy also made two other films together, Test Pilot and Boom Town, before Tracy eventually insisted on the same top billing clause in his MGM contract that Gable had enjoyed, effectively ending the American cinema's most famous screen team.
Ray " Boom Boom " Mancini ( born Raymond Michael Mancino ; March 4, 1961 ) is a retired American boxer.
* Latin American Boom
* Latin American Boom, a major current in Latin American literature in the second half of the 20th century
During the second half of the century, Peruvian literature became more widely known because of authors such as Mario Vargas Llosa, a leading member of the Latin American Boom.
The group performed at the American Music Awards of 2009 with the songs " Meet Me Halfway " and " Boom Boom Pow ".
Gable and Tracy also made two other films together, Test Pilot and Boom Town, before Tracy eventually insisted on the same top billing clause in his MGM contract that Gable had enjoyed, effectively ending the American cinema's most famous screen team.
American Economist Richard Easterlin developed a theory ( the Easterlin hypothesis ) to account for the Baby Boom.
The Fertility of American Women ( 1958 ), influential study at the peak of the Baby Boom online edition
* Charles A. Steen – Geologist whose Mi Vida Mine discovery started the American Uranium Boom of the 1950s
Shaped in part by the French " nouveau roman " of writers like Alain Robbe-Grillet, the French " La Nouvelle Vague " cinema of Godard and Truffaut, and Latin AmericanBoom ,” Spanish novelists and poets, beginning perhaps with Luis Martín Santos's novel, Tiempo de silencio ( 1961 ), returned to the restless literary experimentation last seen in Spanish letters in the early 1930s.
* Railroads in U. S. History ( 1830-2010 ) ( 2010 ), set of 4 DVDs, directed by Ron Meyer ; # 1, " Railroads come to America ( 1830-1840 );" # 2, " The First Great Railroad Boom ( 1841-1860 )"; # 3, " A New Era in American Railroading ( 1861-1870 )," # 4, " The Second Great Railroad Boom ( 1871-2010 )" link
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The magical realist style and thematic substance of One Hundred Years of Solitude established it as an important, representative novel of the literary Latin American Boom of the 1960s and 1970s, that was stylistically influenced by Modernism ( European and North American ), and the Cuban Vanguardia ( Vanguard ) literary movement.
The Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez was one of the four Latin American novelists first included in the literary Latin American Boom of the 1960s and 1970s ; the other three writers were the Peruvian Mario Vargas Llosa, the Argentine Julio Cortázar, and the Mexican Carlos Fuentes.

Boom and 1940s
He earned the nickname " Boom Boom " for his thundering slapshot ( which Geoffrion claimed to have ' invented ' as a youngster ) from sportswriter Charlie Boire of the Montreal Star in the late 1940s while playing junior hockey for the Laval Nationale.
As a trumpet player, during the 1940s big-band era, May recorded such songs as " Measure for Measure ", " Long Tall Mama ", and " Boom Shot ", with Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, and " The Wrong Idea ", " Lumby ", and " Wings Over Manhattan " with Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra.

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