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Confessions of a Disney writer

Stella Paul, American Thinker

Kids now live in a world of immersive media, spending up to nine hours a day watching or

using screens. Their connection to physical reality is diminishing as their saturation in programmed imagery increases. This unhealthy situation leaves their malleable minds frighteningly ripe for exploitation. Adults must wage war to protect their innocence. Taking down Disney would be a major victory in the battle to restore the sanctity of childhood.

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