"The practice of luring families to make suspect choices based on convenience, the promise of a new plastic animal, youthful whining, and parental guilt is so deeply embedded in our culture, so much a part of childhood, that the idea it could ever change seems almost unfathomable. Yet it may one day be regarded as cavalier and irresponsible as marketing cartoon camels to sell cigarettes." Read the full article here.
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