The New Political Centre

Hemingway called the young people of his era a generation lost, their lives given over to world war.  But despite the conflict they lived through, the lost generation found in themselves the pride and the courage to shine through arts, giving to history some of the most brilliant masterpieces of art and literature of all time. A generation maybe lost, but still owner of its own destiny.

What is left for us? After a century, our generation aren’t directly exposed to the horrors of a home-front war. Our century’s generation is instead victim of a continuous state of agitation, stemming from lots of different conflicts around the world. Victims also of uncertainty, which derives from this deep and still unresolving recession and global economic crisis. Young people, in the era where anything should be possible, where travel and communication are near unlimited, where public education is open to (almost) everybody, those young…

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