July 27, NPR — In a discussion about “Political Implications Of Today’s Generation Gap,” generations expert Morley Winograd joined David Leonhardt Washington bureau chief of The New York Times, and Karlyn Bowman, resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute on the Diane Rehm Show today.
“Some say the gap between younger and older Americans over economic, social and political issues is wider than at any time since the the 1960s,” said Rehm. “We explore what this could mean for federal spending priorities and the outcome of the 2012 election.”
- Morley Winograd senior fellow,USC Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership & Policy co-author of Millennial Makeover: MySpace, YouTube and the Future of American Politics (Rutgers University Press).
- David Leonhardt Washington bureau chief, The New York Times.
- Karlyn Bowman resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute
Click here to listen to the broadcast: thedianerehmshow.org.