Sex, Drugs, Rock, and War: The Boomer Generation

June 10th, 6:30pm
Dover Public Library
525 N Walnut St, Dover, OH 44622

In the past few years, there has been an increasing amount of coverage and discussion about the growing frustration between generations. Some call it a generational war. On Monday, June 10, Daniel Muller will discuss these issues that he presents In his book Sex, Drugs, Rock and War: The Boomer Generation. The program will begin at 6:30 PM and a book signing will follow.

As the book’s subtitle indicates (14 Boomer Life Stories That Bring a New Perspective to the Conflict Between Generations), Muller gathered his information by interviewing eight Baby Boomers from northeast Ohio and six others who live in other states. The diverse stories reveal the everyday lives of Boomers who get little attention or media courage.  Muller sheds light on the growing generational conflict and strives to diffuse the emotion and get to positive solutions that will help heal the divide.

Daniel Muller, a native of northeast Ohio, graduated from Kent State University. He had a successful career in a Fortune 500 company. He found it rewarding to mentor younger, less-experienced staff. After retiring, Muller founded a consulting company, called DEM Consulting, and began a second career as an author. In his first book, titled Changing Collars: Lessons in Transitioning from Blue-Collar Roots to White-Collar Success, Muller reveals the secrets to success in a white-collar world that is increasingly complex. His second book is dedicated to understanding the root causes for the differences between generations. Muller believes that it is crucial to better understand the generations and the current issues each have.

This program will be held on Monday, June 10 at 6:30 PM in the Community Room at the library, located at 525 N. Walnut Street, Dover.  Register online at or call the library at 330-343-6123.


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