Have the old stolen young people’s futures? Our contributors debate

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Bristow, J. and Willetts, D. 2019. Have the old stolen young people’s futures? Our contributors debate. Prospect.
AuthorsBristow, J. and Willetts, D.
Abstract

Is intergenerational inequality (partly) to blame for young people's misfortunes—or have the elderly become a scapegoat? David Willetts and Jennie Bristow go head-to-head.

KeywordsBaby boomers; Millenials; Generations
Year2019
JournalProspect
Official URLhttps://www.prospectmagazine.co.uk/regulars/intergenerational-inequality-boomers-millennials-debate
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Online07 Oct 2019
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Deposited06 Feb 2020
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