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Everyone has character. A person is not born with character; it is learned. It is not genetic, but it can be taught. It cannot be bought, but it can be earned.
A guest post by Joshua Gibbs
Character can be defined as “values made manifest” through human behavior. We hold in our hearts certain aspirations like kindness and reverence. But how do we bring these qualities to life through our actions?
Sociologist Jeffrey Guhin weighs in on the recent PDK poll, suggesting alternatives for increasing civic engagement