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At 50, Barbie certainly doesn’t look her age.
The 11.5-inch plastic doll doesn’t look a day older than she did when she was first “born” in 1959.
But over the course of her half century, she sure has managed to stir up a lot of trouble. So much so that legislators in a state or two have tried to get the sale of the doll banned.
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