Esquire explores some of the hardships faced by young Americans in a must-read story titled "The war against youth." The story builds a parallel between the policies aimed at Baby Boomers and those aimed at the Millennials, comparing them with two economic models: an unaffordable Greek-style socialism for the old and a virulent capitalism for the young.
Esquire: The war against youth
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