Give Today's Teens A Fighting Chance
It is all too easy for fortysomething baby boomers to be condescending toward teenagers. Teens have money for clothes, CDs, and cars. They don't read much, they have short attention spans, and they're apathetic. The boys don't have to worry about the draft, and the girls have more opportunities than their mothers.
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