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Generational politics of non-Boomer Ryan

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Mitt Romney's vice presidential short-list came down to a choice between a baby boomer, Rob Portman (born 1955), and a Gen Xer, Paul Ryan (born 1970). Romney's decision to pick Ryan--the first post-boomer ever to run on a national ticket--was widely described as bold, in large part for highlighting entitlement reform in a campaign that had been mainly about jobs. But it was also a generational...

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