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In 1942, 17-year-old Pvt. Harold Zatkowsky sat down for his first breakfast in the U.S. Army. "That was the first time in my life when I got enough to eat."

America hasn't always been rich, but most of our generation always had enough to eat. Too many of us younger than 60 see films like "Seabiscuit" and view the depression as some sort of literary device. But not so long ago, Americans lived very differently than we do now. With our accelerated rate of change, how differently will we live 20 or 40 years from now? Will the end of cheap oil destroy our standard of living or create new opportunities to improve our lives? Or both?.............


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