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  1. Dear Casey,
    I was just reading your comments on the book Generations, the history of america’s future. Personally, since I read this book in 1997 it’s become my “bible”. You said you were seeking insight into how Trump became a candidate –and now, disasterously (in my estimation) became president. My assessment is that, although he’s a Boomer (as am I…one of the almost oldest ones) he acts more like a Reactive. I think his upbringing reflects this. So his own –genuine– anger lit a fire under likeminded Reactives. I think this was and is his main support base. This hard luck generation needed a voice, and Trump provides it. You know from the book, that the Reactives have always been the “losers”, they’re the so called dumbed down generation. I won’t be surprised if Trump wins again in 2020. The only hope is that Millennials come out in force and vote for anyone but… Maybe you’ll even come up with your own viable candidate. I think the Reactives anger will only be quelled by old age…which they won’t reach for awhile. Under Trump I fear for the continuation of the US as a leader of democracy. As Trump said about Putin. He admires him because he “controls” his people. Scary. Then again, we’ll have to see if the 2018 Democratic elections can put the brakes on his destructiveness.
    I’d be happy to continue this dialogue with you…if you’re so inclined
    Sincerely,
    Bruce

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