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Make way

often asks me, tauntingly, what things were like “in the 20th century.” Things are moving her way. It’s a sign of just how quickly the globe’s generational shift is occurring that when Finland’s Prime Minister Sanna Marin, 34, became the world’s youngest head of government on Dec. 10, she lost that distinction almost immediately. A mere 28 days later, Sebastian Kurz, 33, became Austria’s “Its name is the ‘Greta effect.’”

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