The COVID-19 shutdown and recession may have exacerbated an already growing division in popular culture between Millennials and baby boomers. The downturn of the pandemic economy has hit many groups hard. And many millennials and members of Generation Z, feel they know who’s to blame: Baby Boomers. But many in the older generation, feel the economic changes were beyond just their generation. A Baby Boomer himself, PBS NewsHour’s economics correspondent, Paul Solman gets the view from both sides.
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