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| More Gen-Xers somehow
 
| More Gen-Xers somehow
 
| 2072 - 2089
 
| 2072 - 2089
| As with "Generation – • • –", this may be positing that Generation X like traits pop up about 3/4 of the way through each century.
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| As with "Generation -..-", this may be positing that Generation X like traits pop up about 3/4 of the way through each century.
 
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| The Paperclip Machines
 
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:1820-1837 The Gilded Generation
 
:1820-1837 The Gilded Generation
 
:1838-1855 The Second-Greatest Generation
 
:1838-1855 The Second-Greatest Generation
:1856-1873 Generation – • • –
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:1856-1873 Generation '''-··-'''
 
:1874-1891 The kids who died in the Gilded Generation's factories and mines
 
:1874-1891 The kids who died in the Gilded Generation's factories and mines
 
:1892-1909 Oops, one of us is Hitler
 
:1892-1909 Oops, one of us is Hitler

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