Generation Politics: 25-Year-Olds On The Experiences That Shaped Their Views Witness to the Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky scandal, the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, two wars, and an economic crash, 25-year-olds have seen a country going through hard times for most of their lives.
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Generation Politics: 25-Year-Olds On The Experiences That Shaped Their Views

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Generation Politics: 25-Year-Olds On The Experiences That Shaped Their Views

Generation Politics: 25-Year-Olds On The Experiences That Shaped Their Views

Generation Politics: 25-Year-Olds On The Experiences That Shaped Their Views

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NPR's Robert Siegel speaks to a group of 25-year-old voters as part of a radio series exploring the generational differences between how 25, 45 and 65-year-olds think about politics. Having stood witness to the Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky scandal, the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, two wars, and an economic crash from a very young age, this group of 25-year-olds has seen a country going through hard times for most of their lives.