I wanted to return to the topic of “kids and kommercialism” that I discussed in a number of earlier posts (cf, here, here, here), and in particular to talk a bit more about some ways of addressing problems associated with the pervasive marketing aimed at kids.
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- LaborFest 2012 on now in San Francisco
- Additional thoughts on George Tiller, on the anniversary of his murder
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- Greek Elections – and photos of the protests that drove the change
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