Re: Civil Disobedience
James H. Moss (JHMoss@LAWYERNET.COM)
Tue, 31 Mar 1998 19:57:22 -0700
The next problem with civil disobedience is age. After you are in your
thirties, you can rationalize anything. You do not have the energy to go
to jail, nor do you really want too. You can see both sides of every
In your teens and 20's it is easy, but you do not have the experience, just
the passion. How do you convince a teenager/scout that waiting a few more
years to lay down one's future is better, even though the need is now.
A criminal record does follow you everywhere after age 18. And no matter
what anyone says, specially the TV, the police always have access to your
Yours in Scouting
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These are consequences of such magnitude few can imagine them until they
Cheryl speaking strictly for herself on this one.
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