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NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/April 21, 2008 Issue (on newsstands Monday, April 14).
Date:4/13/2008

COVER: "Splitsville" (p. 46). Senior Editor David J. Jefferson writes about the ways divorce changed the lives of his classmates from Ulysses S. Grant High School, class of '82 as part of "Divorce Generation." In a series of intimate interviews with former classmates, Jefferson tells the stories of those who lived through the explosion of the myth of the nuclear family, the first for which divorce was just another part of growing up. "Although I grew up a few blocks from the 'Brady Bunch' house, the similarity between that TV-family's tract-rancher and the ones where my friends and I lived pretty much ended at the front door," Jefferson writes. "In the real Valley of the 1970s, families weren't coming together. They were coming apart ... Our parents couldn't seem to make marriage stick, and neither could our pop icons: Sonny and Cher, Farrah Fawcett and Lee Majors, the saccharine Swedes from Abba, all splitsville."

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THE MONEY CULTURE: "Silver Linings in the Sky?" (p. 16). Senior Editor and Columnist Daniel Gross writes that the only thing that will really improve the experience of flying in America is a recession. "Despite all the obstacles -- foolish security measures, rising delays, fuel surcharges and airlines that made passengers pay for everything but oxygen -- air travel grew steadily during the just-concluded economic expansion ... In recent months, the insanely high price of jet fuel ($3.22 per gallon last week), the credit crunch and ... the slowing economy have done what regulators and politicians were unable to do: persuade airlines to give up valued landing slots," he writes. "When the economy goes south, as it is doing now ... travel frequently leads the list of discretionary items sacrificed on the altar of frugality."

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