To Our Readers

BRACE YOURSELF. You're not going to find an article inside bemoaning the do-nothing, risk-taking attitude of Generation X. Our Cover Story reveals just the opposite, in fact: the twenty-something generation, in many cases, is ready to do great things.

Diana Butler, who wrote about the Gen Xers for the Sentinel, watched with surprise the Winter Olympic Games this year. She discovered that, contrary to popular belief, the athletes in their twenties were not living up to—or, rather, down to—the disparaging Gen X stereotype. "As I watched...," Diana remarked, "I felt I was seeing the one-dimensional, selfish stereotype of Generation X being replaced with real, three-dimensional people, many of whom are doing far more good for society than is often recognized."

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