There's no shortage of theories as to how and why today's young people differ from their parents. As marketing consultants never cease to point out, baby boomers and millennials appear to have starkly different attitudes about pretty much everything, from money and sports to breakfast and lunch.
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Alternet author, Alex Henderson, shares why young people in the United States has inherited a broken country.
Why do they do what they do politically? What’s the end game, what’s driving opinion now…and what might into the future? There are a lot of opinions on that. Most are based on measurements made using fairly traditional instruments: polls, spending habits, TV/video entertainment ratings. And of course, elections, also analyzed by polling, both exit and quantitative.