Character Under Attack: and What You Can Do About It
by Carl Sommer
Publisher: Advance Publishing 2006
Number of pages: 113
Discover Why. . . America has such high rates of violent criminal activity, rates of imprisonment, school crime, sexually transmitted disease, teenage pregnancy, and suicide. In a nation that has drifted far from its core moral system, Carl Sommer's hard-hitting expose' reveals the underlying causes and offers common-sense solutions for improving America's education and moral climate.
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