In Rhetoric, Aristotle wrote that the young “Think they know everything, and are always quite sure about it.” Sound familiar?
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Instapaper Temporarily Unavailable for users in Europe World War II, a member of the “The Greatest Generation.” Yet in Herblock’s time, the men of The Greatest Generation were looked upon dubiously…just like every young generation is.
This gripe is at least as old as writing and probably older. <span>In Rhetoric, Aristotle wrote that the young “Think they know everything, and are always quite sure about it.” Sound familiar?
If each successive generation is worse than its parents, then why do we have progress? People in each successive generation are smarter and better educated (and more people are educat
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