Andrew Stuttaford

Andrew Stuttaford is a globally-known and respected editor. He was born in England and was educated at Oxford there, but his career has unfolded in both the UK and the US. He has edited National Review for many years. His writing in the US has been published in The Wall Street Journal, The Weekly Standard, The New York Sun, and The Daily News.  In the UK, he has written regularly for the magazines Standpoint and Prospect.

Andrew Stuttaford on Gen Jones:
Andrew has long rejected the traditional definition of Baby Boomers and instead has embraced his identity as a GenJoneser. As he wrote in February 2022: “1946-64 is too wide a span. Woodstock? I was eleven. #GenerationJones”  Andrew wrote in July 2022 in The National Review: “I’m dating myself (again), this time, I suppose, by admitting that I still buy DVDs. That’s my Generation Jones fondness for ownership…”  In April 2023, Andrew wrote about a “Generation Jones manifesto”

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