RESPONSE: I honestly think generation X is overlooked a lot.

Bearing in mind that this is all generalizations, I see Generation X as a hybrid generation. Those on the cusp of millenialdom have all of the same problems (i.e. earnings hurt by great recession, devaluation of degrees, increased health costs, etc.) with none of the recognition. Those closer to boomerdom are generally better off but again it varies.

In my experience, even screwed over Xers tend to be less radicalized than Yers, though their are definite exceptions.

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Alex Mell-Taylor

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I write about pop culture and politics. Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/opinionsalexhas Write for me: https://medium.com/after-the-storm

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