Rub Some Dirt on It

Published in April 2012 by Hillsdale Collegian.

Alas, those days are long gone, and not just for those of us who gave up grubbing in the lawn for stilettos and desk jobs, but for thousands of American children effectively under house arrest.

So, why aren’t parents telling their children to go outside and run about like the little savages they are?

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Rub Some Dirt on It

Alas, those days are long gone, and not just for those of us who gave up grubbing in the lawn for stilettos and desk jobs, but for thousands of American children effectively under house arrest.