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Mexico's Drug War Is Changing Childhood

by Annie Murphy
Nov 27, 2012 (All Things Considered) — Mexico has a very high rate of school bullying. Many teachers, parents, and psychologists say it's connected to increased violence of the drug war. And it's not just that kids pick on each other more -- the way they do it has changed, too, with children's games and bullying increasingly mimicking and glorifying organized crime.

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