Despite a sense of unearned victimhood, millennials haven’t had it harder than those who came before them. In most ways, the opposite is true.
‘Fight Club’s’ stark take on hopelessness and masculinity is more powerful today than when it was first written.
Millennials were never taught about putting down roots or exercising loyalty. As conditions worsen, though, they’ll become more receptive to traditions.
Times change, every generation has a new set of problems, but human nature is unmoved.
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