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On the other hand, the few uncivilized tribes which are peaceful and industrial, have, in common with the most advanced civilized nations, the traits that children's lives are sacred and that large measures of freedom are accorded to both boys and girls.

The Complete Works of Herbert Spencer. The Principles of Sociology, Part III. Domestic Institutions. Chapter XI. The Status of Children.


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