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Margaret Mead
Immigrants
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All of us who grew up before the war are immigrants in time,
immigrants from an earlier world, living in an age essentially
different from anything we knew before. The young are at
home here. Their eyes have always seen satellites in the sky.
They have never known a world in which war did not mean
annihilation.

(On the generation gap of the late 1960s, in "Culture and
Commitment")
 

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