by John R. Bawden
It's necessary to go back to the time of the Great Depression, rationing and wartime austerity to see a generational experience like that of Gen Z. Will this formative time lead to a future of political consensus and social solidarity?
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Miranda Sachs
We keep comparing young Americans to baby boomers and Generation X, but those comparisons are deeply flawed.
by Julian Zelizer
If Richard Nixon taught the baby boomers that they could never fully trust a president, Trump is erasing any expectation whatsoever that the president should aim to heal and lift the dignity of the Republic.
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