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By BECCA OWSLEY
Many have observed that children no longer need a good imagination. Toys now walk and talk by themselves, children play in a virtual world rather than their backyards and extracurricular activities keep them so busy they don’t have time to explore their own world of make-believe.
Is there one key event that can be traced to the death of the imagination?
Some may say the invention of the television or video games. Others may credit its demise to children becoming old before their time.
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