Generation Y

GUESTS: William Strauss Generational Historian Author of several books on Generational issues, including Generations: The History of America's Future, 1584 to 2069, (William Morrow, 1992) and the forthcoming Millennials (Vintage Books, Sept. 2000). Christine Fruechte Vice President and GM of CME Kidcom (the youth research division of a national marketing company, in Minneapolis Minnesota Pam Olson Student Activities Coordinator, for Minneapolis Public Schools As part of our Changing Face of America Series, Talk of the Nation will broadcast live from Washburn High School in Minneapolis where the focus turns to Youth. According to demographers, today's teenagers make up the largest generation since the Baby Boomers and are expected to influence American culture and its economy for many years to come. Who is Generation Y and what do they think? Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at the Millennial generation.

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