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Topic - John Ulrich
The first American generation to live a life of luxury, with scads of idle time to while away lounging and thinking, often half-stoned, was mine.
Generation X. Author John Ulrich wrote that this generation turned away from politics and world affairs, defining them as "a group of young people, seemingly without identity, who face an uncertain, ill-defined (and perhaps hostile) future."