This airing we have Tabitha Wolfram once again joining us. We take a look at the generations spanning from 1890 to the present day. The name and notable characteristics and traits which have generally identified each generation and set them apart from others are discussed. We address many aspects of life within these eras. Many difficult conditions, extremes and challenges which had been building just before the turn of the century are very much recurring in the present era. Further study of this former era may assist us in learning from so as not to repeat too much of the past. We additionally address the importance of the year 1939 as it was a pivotal year with many major happenings – This was a crucial year for shaping the G.I./Greatest Generation as well as the generations that were to follow. The conditioning and programming which the Greatest Generation were fed via the war shaped the Silent, Boomer and so on. We address the topic of leadership in regard to our current era. New leaders capable of taking the initiative are always required within each age group and generation. The value of local organizing is similarly addressed. We take a call from Steven with some of his perspectives on the WWII influence upon our culture. Some related topics are also included.
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