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    Write a short counterclaim for the claim Michelle Obama is making in these remarks to the Grocery Manufacturers Association. So this isn't surprising when studies show that even a single commercial can impact a child's brand preferences—and that kids who see foods advertised on TV are significantly more likely to ask for them at the store. So whatever we believe about personal responsibility and self-determination, I think we can all agree that it doesn't apply to kids. I think we can all agree that parents need more control over the products and messages their kids are exposed to. Parents are working hard to provide a healthy diet and to teach healthy habits—and we'd like to know that our efforts won't be undermined every time our children turn on the TV or see a flashy display in a store.

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