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Oliver, Cadena-Roa, and Strawn all argue that each newer generation will have problems or some idea that young people will stand against. They say that time doesn’t matter in what young people risk, nor the social changes. They think that each new generation will have a different thing to stand up against. Back in the 1960s, young students rebelled and fought for the Freedom of Speech. People stood up for the American African Americans to have equal rights. Now, in the 2000s, people will fight and stand up for a new ideal. There will always be something worth fighting for. Protesting is the tool for democracy; creating equality. These experts believe that young society will always want to stand up against some new authoritarian power. Thus, the beliefs of young people may change, but the risks they take won’t increase or decrease drastically.

 

 

 
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