Millennials Rising: The Next Great Generation /by Neil Howe and Bill Strauss ; Cartoons by R.J. Matson - Chapters Thirteen and Fourteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Thirteen and Fourteen Summary and Analysis

Millenials share a much more optimistic outlook on the world than earlier generations with progress and peace treated as the natural state of affairs. Earlier generations witness the horrors of World War or live through the possibility of nuclear war between the West and the Soviet Union, but Millenials are untouched by these concerns. Howe and Strauss also argue that Millenials are a worldwide generation, as the past five generations have also been to lesser extents.

The first of these generations is the one that fought as soldiers in World War I and participated in World War II as high ranking officers and politicians. The next generation are the soldiers of World War II. The third are the people who were children during the war but remember it. The fourth generation are those born during...

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