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When Politically Incorrect Toys were NORMAL!

I grew up in a time when being “politically incorrect” was not a part of our lexicon. You could smoke on planes. You could drive without a seat belt. You could buy candy cigarettes. Black power was a part of pop culture and hippies were our new normal. Walking the aisles of a toy store, you would see things that would never make it on the shelves today. Now peep this gallery of politically incorrect toys from the 70’s & 80’s that we just thought were normal.

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