Boomers think Millennials are entitled and whiny; Millennials think Boomers are smug and out-of-touch; Zennials laugh at Millennials’ obsession with Harry Potter; And everyone forgets about Gen X. Why do people of different generations seem to hate each other so much? What’s the cause of the generational conflict? Are generations really a good way of categorizing people? And how can we declare peace in the generation wars? 

James Croft is the Leader of the Ethical Society of St. Louis. He has worked as a high school teacher, a prison educator, and spent way too many years in grad school. Now, he serves one of the largest Humanist congregations in the world, and considers himself incredibly lucky.

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