Chris Wolfe

writer and performer

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Writer and performer who created the one-man show, Generation 9/11, based on over 150 interviews of young people

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In the days after 9/11, Americans felt a sense of national unity unseen since World War II. Within six months, it was gone, except among the Middle Class young.

September 11 and Young People

In the days after 9/11, Americans felt a sense of national unity unseen since World War II. Within six months, it was gone, except among the Middle Class young.

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