selfish baby boomers squatting on the future, at the expense of the millennials
Brexit and the rise of the city-state
Mike Walsh

To some extent it bears out. Look at the arc of the great social welfare programs. They can only be said to care for people from ‘cradle to grave’ if you’re talking about baby boomers, whose parents coddled them and tolerated their long journeys to ‘find themselves’ and whose kids pay into social security and pensions while boomers ‘retire’ to collect benefits while working a second job to buy boats and pay for vacations.

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