The downturn of the pandemic economy has hit many groups hard. But for many Millennials — those born between 1981 and 1996 — and Generation Z, who follow them, that pain — plus a number of other factors — are creating questions about who is responsible. Over the next few nights, economics correspondent Paul Solman is going to examine this beginning tonight from the perspective of some Millennials.
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