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Generation Scapegoat

Analysis of millennials has provided a lot of insight, and a lot more opportunities for sloppy analysis and lazy stereotyping.

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The millennial generation has come of age under a microscope—the subject of polling, data analysis, and dissection, propelled by the explosion of the Internet and the rapid dissemination of consumable hot takes through social media. Countless op-eds and breathless lectures in university classrooms and…

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Matt Becher

Matt Becher

Arts fundraiser, illustrator, and freelance writer. Featured on Esquire.com, Fatherly, and others. Three-time @quora Top Writer. http://www.mattbecher.com

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