Blaine Harden

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Joining my 9-year-old daughter and a sizable slice of the American population, I queued up last week to watch”The Hunger Games.”My daughter had just read the book and was giddy with excitement. Reviewers had reassured me that scenes in the film showing children fighting each other to the death on orders of a totalitarian state had been carefully edited.

Still, the movie turned my stomach — and not because of what I saw on the screen. What flashed through my mind were images of North Korea. There, in a real totalitarian state, children are bred like livestock in labor camps. They are taught to betray their parents.…  Seguir leyendo »