I thought this was a paleoconservative magazine, all about getting more meaning from family, faith, and local community, and being unwilling to leave those things behind in the quest for upward mobility, personal autonomy, and political rights. So why does this uncritical review of a libertarian’s argument that we aren’t moving enough, agitating enough, quitting our jobs to start new businesses enough, have a place in it? Cowan is saying that we need more of the type of people Wendell Berry called boomers. I thought this magazine was all about boosting his settlers.
Culturally, the album's glorification of teenage freedom made a very big impact on the overall Britpop music scene. The whole genre was seen as the voice of youth, but Supergrass, still teens themselves when the album was made, addressed the subject with more insight than most. The most well-known song from the album, "Alright", is still played regularly in Britain and Ireland, and held up as a musical example of teenage rebellion. Though it is one of their most popular songs, the band rarely play "Alright" in their live sets any more. In a 1999 interview, Gaz Coombes joked, "We don't play 'Alright' anymore. We should play it in a minor key, and in the past tense."  Around the time of its release Coombes said that "it wasn't written as an anthem. It isn't supposed to be a rally cry for our generation. The stuff about ' We are young/We run green ... ' isn't about being 19 but really 13 or 14 and just discovering girls and drinking. It's meant to be light-hearted and a bit of a laugh, not at all a rebellious call to arms." Danny Goffey noted, "It certainly wasn't written in a very summery vibe. It was written in a cottage where the heating had packed up and we were trying to build fires to keep warm." 
Certain antidepressants work by acting on brain chemicals called neurotransmitters—in particular norepinephrine and serotonin—causing them to linger in the spaces between nerve cells where they carry out their job of regulating mood. At the same time, though, these medications affect other neurotransmitters, including histamine and acetylcholine, sometimes leading to unpleasant side effects such as dry mouth , blurry vision , weight gain, and sedation. It's this last side effect that may be responsible for the fatigue you experience when you take an antidepressant.