Which generation you belong to is not determined by what you recognise or associate with. If you were born between 1982 and 2002 you’re Gen Y (though there are some sources that suggest it starting 1981, others 1983, but generally 1982 is the common cut off if not exclusive, so someone born 1981- 1983 could argue to be either generation X or Y. Ditto someone born 2001-2003 could argue to be Gen Y or Gen Z). These generational descriptors relate back to the generation that was killed during WW1, since them - The Lost Generation - we have marked every 20 year group as being a “generation”. Though this isn’t always the case as I’m 31 and this technically puts me in the same generation as 12 year olds which seems odd. Its not an exact science, like the pirate code its more like guidelines when it comes to start / end dates. But if you’re born between 1985 and 2000 you are DEFINITELY Gen Y. Either side there is some debate, but as I said, generally its around 1982- 2002 for Gen Y. A useful source, but of course its always advisable to only use Wiki as a starting point, is here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_generations#List_of_generations
Well its not really about democracy over terrorism. Democracy had nothing to do with it considering how undemocratic Britain was in 1605. It was about theological differences- nothing more. This had been going on for decades thanks to Henry VIII. A group of people wanted to replace one theocracy with another. Considering how few were able to vote in 1605 democracy doesn’t enter the equation.
Fudge was replaced by Scrimgeour, whenaminister is replaced even in our woeld there is not necessarily public elections. In most casesadeputy may take over untilageneral election could be called, and considering the Magic world was on the brink of war it may have been decided to simply carry on quickly and simply.
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