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Boy Scouts of America must defend its long-held convictions

A new day? part 1

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For 103 years, the Boy Scouts of America has helped boys make the difficult journey to manhood. The Scouts have produced presidents, congressmen, astronauts and scores of respectable, resourceful and responsible citizens. But now the organization, which has guided millions, may be losing its way. Corporate elites and gay activists are demanding the Scouts drop their long standing prohibition against open homosexuality within the Scouts. Changing the policy would be a drastic mistake. It would ...


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