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Generational Precipice: Kids and Politics

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Generational Precipice: Kids and Politics

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Generational Precipice: Kids and Politics

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In this installment of the Day to Day occasional series Generational Precipice, contributor Annabelle Gurwitch talks to a pair of 7-year-old girls about the presidential race. One girl is from a Republican household, and the other from a family of Democrats.

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