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Jeff Gordinier

X Saves the World

Jeff Gordinier X Saves The World How Generation X Got The Shaft But Can Still Keep
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In this simultaneously hilarious and incisive ""manifesto for a generation that's never had much use for manifestos,"" Gordinier suggests that for the first time since the ""Smells Like Teen Spirit""breakthrough of the early 1990s, Gen X has what it takes to rescue American culture from a state of collapse. Over the past twenty years, the so-called ""slackers""have irrevocably changed countless elements of our culture-from the way we watch movies to the way we make sense of a cracked political process to the way the whole world does business.

""I loved this book. . . . It's impassioned, very quick on its feet, dense with all the right allusions, funny, and in the end actually very moving.""
-Nick Hornby

""Ever wonder what became of Generation X, those ironic slackers wedged between the paunchy, tie-dyed boomers and their smug offspring, the millennials? Gordinier's first-person manifesto starts with a thumbnail sketch of '90s disillusionment and ends with a passionate call for social activism.""
-Wired

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