Getting teens to obey (the right people)
accepting as one's own decisions those which come from whoever holds and exercises authority, provided they do not go against justice.
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|Getting teens to obey (the right people)|
Mary Cooney | FAMILY EDGE | 1 June 2016
Accepting authority is virtuous, but not all authorities are equal.
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Investors are concerned that they won't.
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A long-lost manuscript is already a bestseller.
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