The Children Are Our Future

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Marie hoover

Prof. orgier

The Children Are Our Future

What the world needs now is for the parents of today's children to step up and teach their children to be respectful, caring, and compassionate children, which will one day turn into adults. One of the problems is the laws on child abuse and the way children are raised today, compared the way children are raised today to thirty years ago or even before that, is not the same. Kids today have little or no respect for their elders, teachers, or even law enforcement. I would have never talked to any adult the way some of these children today talk to the adults in their life's. These are the same children that are our future. Part of the reason children act the way they do these days is partially due to the child abuse laws, when we were children it was not against the law for our parents to spank our ass's it wasn't abuse. Now day's kids know that it's against the law for their parents to spank them, they are taught from a very young age about child abuse and how to report it the authorities which isn't a bad thing but, the kids today have had it drilled in there little heads from teachers, daycare centers, and other adult authorities that your parents can't spank you. . So is it a good thing that the children of today are our future.

Taking into consideration what Weinstein writes about the child abuse laws, In the 1970s there were laws against child abuse, but they were not strictly enforced. In 1970 there were 72,000 child abuse cases reported. Around 1975 the child abuse laws changed to protect to protect the accuser, in 1980's the amount of reported child abuse cases went up by 15 times and keeps going up every year. Today's child abuse laws have gone too far parents are afraid to discipline their children, which causes today's youth to run rampage. In which causes the children, who will one day run our country to feel like they don't have to...
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