Losing the generation game

Financial Times/Bethan Staton, Domitille Alain Davide Ghiglione and Taylor Nicole Rogers

Repost from 8-30-2021

Graphic image of the Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland at the tea party, antique“Every generation likes to think of itself as more enlightened than its elders. But the harsh experiences that people in their early 20s have had over the past two years are likely to radicalise their outlook — potentially in a dramatic fashion, say political scientists.”

USAGOLD note: Somehow, given the current trends, one doubts that the radicalization will be in the direction of less government, fiscal responsibility, and a sound currency – three mad-hatter ideas in the current era.

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