June 10, 2009
In 1969, baby boomers took podiums at college graduations around the country and pledged to redefine the world in their image.
Forty years later, they have, and now they are apologizing for it. Their collective advice for the class of 2009: Don't be like us.
That theme echoed around the country. At Texas Tech University, CBS "60 Minutes" correspondent Scott Pelley, 51, told graduates: "I know you're looking up here at my generation and you're thinking, 'Great, thanks, just when it was our turn, you broke it."