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"She has also published a book on the millennials, Generation Me: Why Today's Young Americans Are More Confident, Assertive, Entitled—and More Miserable Than Ever Before, in which she writes: "I see no evidence that today's young people feel much attachment to duty or to group cohesion. Young people have been consistently taught to put their own needs first and to focus on feeling good about themselves."

I wonder if there are reactions to these findings?
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Nah, I put a smiley in there!

I'm a serial sinner so I'm not trying to play the 'holier than thou' card, especially when there's tons of young people making a real difference (your work comes to mind).
However, a lot of people I meet or observe have an air of infallibility. Some of my friends are stubborn and can not be convinced their argument is wrong even when there is clear evidence to the contrary. What we need as a generation is some unity, especially when it comes to deciding the future of this nation.
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