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This Sunday, The New York Times Magazine will feature a story entitled “Red Crayon, Blue Crayon,” by Austin Considine, which poses questions about publishers who sell political literature to children in the form of coloring books.

My client, Fran Walfish, a Los Angeles-based clinical psychotherapist who specializes in children and families, says that “Political coloring books aren’t new, nor are they limited to one side of the ideological spectrum… In the 1990s,.. there were coloring books about changing families, addressing themes like gay parenting.”

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