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21st Century and Its Discontents, Part 29: Generations – Their Drugs and Politics. Gen Xers Are Fifty-ish, Millennials Are Sixty-ish

Kaleidoscope of Postmodern Life, Part Twenty-Nine: An Aside on Drugs and Generations—Sixties, Gen X, Millennials and Their Parents Millennials Are Sixty-ish There is another overlooked factor or aspect of this rise in drug use in the Nineties by Millennials: These … Continue reading

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