"Generation X", earlyish cite (long posting)
markodegard at HOTMAIL.COM
Fri Mar 30 20:25:38 UTC 2001
Laurence Horn quotes The Toronto Star. February 24, 1989.
I don't quite remember when I first heard 'Generation X', but somewhere
around 91 or 92 is right.
The definition I also picked up is that this is the 10th generation since
1776 (counting 5 generations per century). Gen X comes after the Baby
Boomers. They come along in the late sixties upwards into the early 1980s. I
have heard of Generation Y, the generation born in the 80s just now coming
of age. Presumably, the generation presently being begotten is Generation Z.
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