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If you can’t spend more time with your kids, at least you can buy them some potato chips. So goes parenthood in the hectic ’90s, to judge by the results of a recent Yankelovich Partners survey among kids age 9-17. Asked whether they’re “successful at getting parents to do” various things, 67 percent said they can badger mom or dad into buying the snack foods they like.

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