A talk and discussion led by Keir Milburn on his new book Generation Left.
Increasingly the old and the young seem to live in different worlds. This is true financially, culturally, and politically. The different generations regard each other with mutual incomprehension. It’s a gulf that is trapping the world in a state of impasse just when drastic action is needed to address our multiple crises; political, economic, and environmental.
Keir Milburn draws on his compelling new book, Generation Left, to explain why the young are moving Left and the old moving Right and how the generation gap can be bridged by reinventing what we mean by both youth and adulthood. around an ethic of care to the planetary commons.