How can a struggling generation of young people transform Italy’s future? Ten years after the global financial crisis, Italy’s economy is stagnant. Its youth unemployment rate is among the highest in Europe—more than 30 percent. Amid a transformative political shift to the right that could reshape the European Union as a whole, we look to Italy’s younger generation for answers. Some millennials are turning to the traditions of the past, working to bring them into the future; others are choosing to go their own way. Can they strike a balance between tradition and modernization, between individualism and family?