THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT, The Who once sang, and nobody old believed it back then. The proof that they are all right in our time was obvious last weekend when more than 1,000 visitors under age 30 were here from around the world to attend the third One Young World summit. By all reports, it was a highly successful event. The delegates from the so-called Millennial generation debated the world's problems, listened to some stellar speakers (such as former President Bill Clinton and ex-U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan), experienced Pittsburgh's charms and generally made new friends. The summit, previously held in London and Zurich, will next be held in Johannesburg in 2013. That puts Pittsburgh in good company and it can take a bow for a job well done.
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