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In its 2008 Report Card on the Ethics of American Youth, the non-profit Josephson Institute reported Monday that teenagers in the United States lie, cheat and steal at "alarming rates." The results were based on a study of 29,760 high school students throughout the country. The Los Angeles-based organization said the conduct and attitudes of teens "doesn't bode well for the future when these youngsters become the next generation's politicians and parents, cops and corporate executives, and...
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