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  • Freedom originated from protesting

    This country was founded on and by protesters. Our country is great because of this tenet of our basic rights. We are great because of those before us. Our country empowers us to be free and express ourselves. Learning early makes us more aware of our rights and our ability to communicate.

  • Freedom originated from protesting

    This country was founded on and by protesters. Our country is great because of this tenet of our basic rights. We are great because of those before us. Our country empowers us to be free and express ourselves. Learning early makes us more aware of our rights and our ability to communicate.

  • Parents should allow their children to protest, but only while supervised.

    Nothing demonstrates freedom better than the ability to freely express opposition to authority, without the fear of being punished for it. However, this freedom carries a great burden of responsibility that most children aren't prepared to fully understand. Strong parental guidance and supervision is a must. A child could easily mistake protesting for mere disobedience and complaining which could likely have them grow up to have social problems and unnecessary issues with some authority figures. There's both a right and wrong way to protest and children should be taught the difference.

  • No, parents should not allow children to protest.

    Protesting is not something that children should be allowed to participate in. The reason for this is because children's minds are so easily convinced at young ages. They do not know how to properly decide which side of a political argument they should agree with. This causes children protesters to protest whatever their parents say, which leads to a lack of independent thinking.


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