Have Teenagers Changed in the Past 50 Years?

Newsweek goes inside the world of teenagers and checks in with teens who were profiled in the magazine 50 years ago.
1:40 | 05/12/16

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"newsweek"'s look at teens. They had a revolutionary report 50 years ago and now they're checking back in. So you met him. Got to go. In 2016 teens tune in to "Black-ish." Rock out to Justin Timberlake and count texting as a favorite pastime. 50 years ago, "Batman" ruled the TV waves. The beatles owned the radio Vietnam teens believed then as now the best was yet to come. They have access to more information than ever before and they have the ability to make changes. They do and "Newsweek's" 50th anniversary edition is online now and hits newsstands next week and we will be right back. Make your

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