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Salvo 31

Salvo 31

Department: Home Front — Topic: FamilySalvo #31

Holding the Line

Child-Rearing in a World of Excess by Marcia Segelstein


Protecting children from clear dangers such as pornography, values-free sex education, and innocence-shattering television shows means taking specific, pro-active measures. But there are other, more insidious risks that come from living in a culture of consumerism and excess. They require a different kind of vigilance.

Bill Doherty is the director of the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at the University of Minnesota and the author of several books, including Take Back Your Kids: Confident . . .


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