In 1966, Newsweek published “The Teen-Agers: A Newsweek Survey of What They’re Really Like,” a landmark cover story that took a look at everything from teens’ views on their parents to their futures and the world at large. The story was based survey of nearly 800 American teens from across the country. Fifty years later, the magazine took another look to see what changed for America’s teenagers and what stayed the same. “The State of the American Teenager” reveals a generation “that’s plugged in, politically aware, and optimistic about their futures, yet anxious about their country,” says Abigail Jones

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