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From The Washington Post November 5, 1986
"Yes, Teach the Moral Basics"
"... In a speech at New York's Harvard Club [U.S. Secretary of Education William Bennett] argued for a reemphasis of what he called 'moral literacy.'
"'If we want out children to possess the traits of character we most admire,' he said in an address sponsored by the Manhattan Institute, 'we need to teach them what those traits are. They must learn to identify the forms and contents of those traits. They must achieve at least a minimal level of moral literacy that will enable them to make sense of what they will see in life and, we may hope, that will help them live it well.'"
Copyright © 1986, Washington Post Writers Group. Reprinted with permission.
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