Margaret Atwood on generational conflict

Friday 28th March 2014

Novelist Margaret Atwood
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Quote of the day: “In the 1950s, children could expect to do better than their parents, and were fairly certain of having a job. But the old idea that those who worked hard would inevitably be rewarded has gone out of the window, so the allure of zombiehood — no past, no future, no brain, no pain, no mortgage — has therefore increased.” (Margaret Atwood)

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