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In our families, we need to move beyond the notions that the father should be the supreme authority, that children should simply learn to obey, and that severe punishment is the best way to teach children self-discipline. Rather, in two-parent families, both parents should be co-equal partners, while dividing responsibilities as needed. All families should involve children in decision-making as much as possible, encourage the curiosity and self-determination of their children, and involve children in community service and political action. And each immediate family should be the center of a large extended family of relatives and friends that is a vibrant, rich, diverse community that exposes everyone to a variety of information and perspectives.
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