The Baby Boomers and the Queen is a short, easy-to-understand story in a fairy-tale-like setting that provides clarity on how the United States became what it is today. A lot of history is missing in common history books on the different trade policies and financial shenanigans that left what was once the world's greatest republic as a very difficult place to grow up and live. Before 1971, the average cost of a car was $2,500 dollars and a house was $10,000. The cost of education and living was much lower, along with stress levels. Life generally was much easier; people could work and have a twenty-year retirement. Today, about 60 percent of Americans are not going to retire but will work until their last day. The baby boomers are really the last generation of easy living in the United States. They sold out their children and their grandchildren for monetary profits earned on Wall Street. They shipped 80 percent of all the living-wage jobs overseas to profit from the same people that they sold out, raised the price of education to profit from usury, and legalized pornography and drugs in order to maintain their sex, drugs, and rock-and-roll lifestyle. The narcissism of the baby boomers is unparalleled throughout history; there has never been another generation in the history of the world that has taken the most prosperous, easy-living country that has ever been created and destroyed it for self-indulgences in the name of satisfying their need for instant gratification.