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September 7, 2013 12:00 AM

Bill O’Reilly | Why today’s kids welcome return to school

It used to be that most kids hated early September: those back-to-school ads all over the place and the dreaded specter of another long year sitting in front of Ms. Crabtree or whomever. Most baby boomers like me equated Labor Day with a trip to the dentist.

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