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Ken Dix

In "Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television," Jerry Mander writes that people can't imagine the idea of eliminating a technology like TV now. It's like an addiction. Of course, one doesn't have to eliminate it completely, as you indicated. Kids, especially, need to be encouraged to do other things -- like reading, which engages the imagination. But that's hard when families, in general, don't ever turn their TVs off.

I'm glad that you continue to write about this topic as a health issue. Keep it up!

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