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Can't Take The Kids Anywhere?

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Can't Take The Kids Anywhere?

Can't Take The Kids Anywhere?

Can't Take The Kids Anywhere?

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Imagine the tantrums they'll throw, when they find out they're not welcome. This picture taken, circa 1952 shows little Peter Moore throwing a temper tantrum while on a visit to Bournemouth, Dorset. Evening Standard/Getty Images hide caption

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Imagine the tantrums they'll throw, when they find out they're not welcome. This picture taken, circa 1952 shows little Peter Moore throwing a temper tantrum while on a visit to Bournemouth, Dorset.

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This month, a Pa. restaurant banned children under age six, and Malaysian Airlines banned babies from first class. To learn whether these policies are ever appropriate, and how to keep kids from throwing public tantrums, guest host Allison Keyes speaks with parenting contributors Leslie Morgan Steiner and Jolene Ivey, as well as "Speakeasy" Editor Christopher John Farley.

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