Moral and Character Development . Gordon Vessels and William Huitt. Last revised: March 2005. Interest in Moral Character. 1600s to 1935—seen as central issues by parents, school, community 1935 to 1970—decline for a variety of complex reasons
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Gordon Vessels and William Huitt
Last revised: March 2005
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