Some people might consider themselves to be a child of the 60s, as I do. Although I lived through all but the first year of the 50s, I identify more with the 60s. I was too young to identify with the beatniks and didn't much care for Elvis Presley. Although I was aware of the Civil Rights Movement and some aspects of the Cold War, these didn't enter strongly into my mind at the age of nine. I do remember some concerns about being destroyed by an atomic bomb, but I was most conscious of the things around me, outside of my own family and my own hometown, in the 1960s, so if I had to choose a decade, I would say that I was a child of the 1960s. I still prefer the music of the 1960s to that which came before or after and, although I wasn't able to do so for most of my working life, I have always preferred to have my hair long. Although it is legal for me to so in Maine, I have not taken up smoking marijuana, but then I didn't much like that in the 1960s. Which decade do you identify with?