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Blueprint for Millennial America

Blueprint for Millennial America

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The Millennial America — uncovered through the visioning phase of Roosevelt’s Think 2040 project (“Phase 1”) — reflects the experiences of the Millennial generation, the values we hold most dear, and the priorities that emanate from those values. As a result, the Blueprint for the Millennial America is ambitious, progressive, and wide in scope. We recognize that in order to answer the toughest questions (How can we work within America’s budget constraints? How will we reconcile the tradeoffs inherent in pursuing our vision?), we must delve deeper and begin working toward our goals — something we will do in the action phase of Think 2040 (“Phase 2”). However, this Blueprint is a critical first step — portraying the future as Millennials would have it. It paints a picture that uniquely represents the world Millennials aspire to create: more accessible, more equitable, more community-driven, more entrepreneurial, more inclusive, and better prepared to tackle the long-term challenges our country faces.
The Millennial America — uncovered through the visioning phase of Roosevelt’s Think 2040 project (“Phase 1”) — reflects the experiences of the Millennial generation, the values we hold most dear, and the priorities that emanate from those values. As a result, the Blueprint for the Millennial America is ambitious, progressive, and wide in scope. We recognize that in order to answer the toughest questions (How can we work within America’s budget constraints? How will we reconcile the tradeoffs inherent in pursuing our vision?), we must delve deeper and begin working toward our goals — something we will do in the action phase of Think 2040 (“Phase 2”). However, this Blueprint is a critical first step — portraying the future as Millennials would have it. It paints a picture that uniquely represents the world Millennials aspire to create: more accessible, more equitable, more community-driven, more entrepreneurial, more inclusive, and better prepared to tackle the long-term challenges our country faces.

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The views and opinions expressed here are those of the authorsand do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of theRoosevelt Institute, its o
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