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Today, perhaps as never before in the world's history, there is an urgent need for men and women to stand guard over their own thinking. Too easily one's capacity to think clearly can be eroded by the subtle suggestion that it is acceptable to let other people or forces control one's life and destiny.

This tendency may start early in the family circle if a dominant member attempts to do most of the thinking for the other family members. At school or college, also, pressures from peer groups sometimes tempt young people to compromise their moral standards and conform to the groups' thinking, instead of following the leadings of their own conscience and developing their natural ability to govern themselves.

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Editorial
One realm, one race
September 5, 1988
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