P.J. O'Rourke's new book ponders his life and that of his fellow Baby Boomers

“They may not be producing popular culture but they're signing the checks and deciding on who does produce it,” says O’Rourke, in an interview from his home. With his wife, Tina, and children ages 16, 13, and 10, he lives on 280 acres in New Hampshire, 75 miles northwest of Boston.


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