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October 1, 1991 | SHEILA BENSON, TIMES CRITIC AT LARGE
Early childhood as the crucial time to form lasting views of the world has been agreed upon since before the days of child-labor laws: "Give me the child until he is 7 and I shall give you the man" is no mere Jesuitic boast. Just how that child takes in that world, let alone what that world should encompass, is becoming more of a battleground than ever, as any parent can tell you. Childhood is culture's richest seedbed, where lifelong interests are germinated.
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October 1, 1991 | SHEILA BENSON, TIMES CRITIC AT LARGE
Early childhood as the crucial time to form lasting views of the world has been agreed upon since before the days of child-labor laws: "Give me the child until he is 7 and I shall give you the man" is no mere Jesuitic boast. Just how that child takes in that world, let alone what that world should encompass, is becoming more of a battleground than ever, as any parent can tell you. Childhood is culture's richest seedbed, where lifelong interests are germinated.
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