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Marilyn Irvin Holt describes how the government became more involved in children’s lives during the second half of the 20th century by changing education requirements, regulating comic books, and attempting to curb juvenile delinquency. Many of these changes were implemented to prepare American youth to compete against their communist peers. close
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