The danger in invoking the myth of the presupposed racial tolerance of millennials (and subsequent generations) is that it works to absolve today’s society of
“Every age and generation must be as free to act for itself in all cases as the age and generations which preceded it.” Thomas Paine
There comes a time when you notice that a good swathe of your contemporaries are only worth engaging in order to sharpen your rhetorical weapons.
Another reaction to Wampole’s diagnosis of overly tragic irony among Millenials that nicely bookends the other response I posted yestereve. If the prototypical highly educated,
I posted Christy Wampole’s piece on Millenials and the great issue she takes with them: they are too ironic. I argued that I thought she
Thanks to Andrew J. Taggart for pointing out this entry to the Stone blog at NYTimes.com. A good read. Not sure I agree with the