Newsweek (27 May 2016)

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I think my biggest goal was I wanted to be happy. I saw people who did not have a lot of joy. ” “Teenagers all have these really bizarre expectations that they’re going to be Mark Zuckerberg,” she says. “And then, don’t even get me started on Hollywood…. I choose not to look at that sort of thing. I’m sorry. I want to live the life of Mrs. Cleaver. ” LAURA RICHARDSON (Formerly Hausman) WHEN LAURA RICHARDSON moved from Boston to Berkeley, California, halfway through high school, she left behind her old friends and didn’t look back.

The year before Newsweek’s cover story, Degan’s father, a photographer for Shell Oil, died of a heart attack on Mother’s Day. “There were real traumatic things—I guess you can tell from my voice,” she says, trembling. ” Degan started working at a local florist, and her mother got a job running an OB-GYN medical center. ” And there was the bombing. On September 15, 1959, Paul Orgeron, an ex-convict and tile-setter, walked into Poe Elementary School with his 7-year-old son, Dusty, and a briefcase jammed with dynamite.

He was also involved in the Manhattan Project at Iowa State, which developed and built the first atomic bomb. “He did a lot of things under the radar. ” In 1966, Newsweek called Curtis’s childhood “the vanishing rustic life—hunting, fishing, camping out and raising his own livestock,” and he remembers his youth fondly, without regrets. He was involved in the Newton Rotary Club, played the trumpet in the school orchestra, joined the debate team and chorus, and became class president his senior year.

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