Baby boomers on their role in social change and how luck affected their prosperity

The COVID-19 shutdown and recession may have exacerbated an already growing division in popular culture between Millennials and baby boomers. On Wednesday, we heard from millennials. Tonight, we continue our look at generational tensions over economic disparities with perspective from the older generation, including our own economics correspondent, Paul Solman.

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