If you had a nickel for every time someone used the phrase “millennial,” whether it was pejoratively or affectionately, I’m guessing you’d have a lot of nickels. The term “millennial” is a buzzword that saturates everyday discussions both in real life and in the media: but what does it actually mean to be a millennial? What do millennials REALLY think? These are questions that Jack and David Cahn set out to answer with their brand-new book, When Millennials Rule: The Reshaping of America. While traveling across the country on the debate circuit, Jack and David interviewed a variety of young people on a variety of important issues including but not limited to: environmental protection, marijuana legalization, and gun control. They stack up the facts to paint an accurate picture of what the millennial generation, our generation, believes in and why. Given our unique circumstances (growing up in a post-9/11 world saturated with technology to name two) it’s no wonder that we’re a generation unlike any other in upbringing and in political and moral beliefs. Jack and David pit us against previous generations, but also compare millennials with other millennials to show a diversity of opinions while remaining objective narrators. This quick and fascinating read is definitely a must for those of any and every generation – we all have something to learn from the generation next in line.