SOURCE: Washington Post
by Miranda Sachs
We keep comparing young Americans to baby boomers and Generation X, but those comparisons are deeply flawed.
by Harlan Lebo
Woodstock was a milestone – not just in coverage of the music scene, but also in broader media exploration of social and economic issues that affect younger audiences.
SOURCE: New Yorker
by Louis Menand
Apart from being alive, baby boomers had almost nothing to do with the nineteen-sixties.
by Leonard Steinhorn
Image via Shutterstock."How did a generation that started out with so much going for it end up so despondent in midlife?"So asks the Washington Post in its recent front page story, "Why the sharp rise in suicides by boomers?"
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