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    The Latest Generation

    Panelists spoke about values held by the “Millennial” generation of Americans born after 1982. They focused on changing attitudes toward public policy, the role of government,…

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    The Millennial Generation

    Mark Bauerlein and Neil Howe debated “The Millennials: The Dumbest Generation or the Next Great Generation?” They talked about the Millennial Generation and how it ranks…

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    Young Voters and the Presidential Debates

    The guests talked about the reactions of young voters to the presidential and vice presidential debates. They also talked about attempts to get young people more involved in the…

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    Environmental Issues

    College journalists talked about environmental issues and their relevancy to young people today. They talked about how different generations view environmental…

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    Book Discussion on Fourth Turning

    Mr. Strauss and Mr. Howe talked about their book Fourth Turning. The book is the latest in a series of similar books by the authors, who examine generational trends and…

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    Washington Journal: Wednesday

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes…

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    Social Security Generational Inequity

    Committee members heard testimony concerning the future of the Social Security system, specifically how it will treat future generations as compared to its current beneficiaries.

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    Government vs. Private Pensions

    Mr. Howe talked about a report that compares federal and military pensions to those in the private sector. They also took questions from the press.

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    Future of Social Security

    Mr. Thompson and Mr. Howe discussed the future of Social Security, and whether older Americans who do not need the supplemental income should receive the benefits even though they…

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    State of American Civilization

    In a session entitled, “The State of American Civilization or, Is Publius Dead?", the panelists spoke separately on issues related to American culture and values. They described…

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    Book Discussion on Generations: History of America's Future

    The authors discussed their book, Generations: The History of America’s Future, 1584 to 2069. The book is about the effect of generational trends on history and American…

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