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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Fred Rogers
"We don't have to bop someone over the head to make drama on the screen," he tells them. "We deal with such things as getting a haircut, or the feelings about brothers and sisters and the kind of anger that arises in simple family situations."
The video then cuts to another part of his testimony, where he states, "I give an expression of care every day to each child to help him realize he is unique. I end this program by saying you've made this day a special day by just your being you. There is no person in the whole world like you and I like you just the way you are."