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NEW YORK Back in the early ’90s, author Douglas Coupland’s electric novel Generation X gave a name, if not a complete definition, to a certain slacker subculture—those who hated their McJobs and the smug boomers who came before them and only left them scraps of the economy and recycled pop culture.

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