Henry that’s a thoughtful response. I’ve come to believe that what we call a generation gap is defined by a group of people versed in the context and impact of history encountering another group asserting historical fact while creating contextual meaning about the present. On any topic, the true bridges between generations are either ahead of or behind their own time. Anachronism is one of those academic dirty words in any society that views itself as a pinnacle of civilization (and there are those that would cite the phone I’m typing on as evidence) but the future is always starting now and the present wasn’t created without past vision. And ‘past vision’ rarely goes unpunished in context.