Mourning the WWII Generation…

that has mostly passed from the scene, as they were born before 1926. I am reading So As I Was Saying: My Somewhat Eventful Life, by Frank Mankiewicz and Joel Swerdlow. Mankiewicz died in 2014 at the age of 90, and Swerdlow finished up the manuscript. Swerdlow writes that Mankiewicz in some ways represented his entire generation, and the following passage made me think of my parents, uncles, aunts, mother-in-law and father-in-law, who also lived longer than one-third of the time the U.S. has existed:




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