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Explain education according to Eleanor Roosevelt's point of view.

Why are imaginary fears more harmful than rational fears?

Organize a flexible schedule for your average day.

Why is self-evaluation important in becoming a mature person?

Compare and contrast men's and women's reactions to readjustment.

How is respect related to usefulness?

How can one compromise individuality with social conformity?

What was the importance of Queen Elizabeth looking at people when she visited the United States? How did Eleanor Roosevelt attempt to imitate this act?

What are some ways to teach children to accept responsibility?

Why is voting so important?

What are the three most important aspects of a public servant? Why did you choose these aspects?

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