Trick-or-Treating Isn't What It Used to Be
Nostalgia is a fun-house mirror, so any claims that "back in my day, we went trick-or-treating until midnight with no parental supervision," while kids these days are forced to make do with half an hour of highly supervised trick-or-treating before sunset are surely a distortion. Still, it seems like the tradition of going door-to-door demanding candy is not quite what it used to be for many U.S. families.
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