Being Fair and Honest by Tara Koellhoffer
  

Being Fair and Honest

Written by Tara Koellhoffer
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Part of the Character Education Series

Synopsis

Being Fair and Honest by Tara Koellhoffer

Studies show that many people do not think it is wrong to be deceitful or to cheat to get ahead in school or at work. What does all this dishonesty do to individuals and our society at large? Being Fair and Honest examines how lies and cheating hurt people's lives, and stresses the importance of justice and honesty in creating a society that treats people well and provides them with the opportunities they need to succeed. History and current events topics covered include: child labor in the industrial age; drug testing in sports; freedom of speech; honesty of scientific studies; laws to protect the disabled; people who have found and returned large sums of money; Plessy v. Ferguson; racial profiling; The Trail of Tears; and, why people steal.

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These well-written texts provide substantive advice on handling social issues... The information is well-researched and up-to-date...solid resources. -School Library Journal

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
128 pages

Author

Tara Koellhoffer
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Publisher

Chelsea House Publishers

Publication date

15th May 2009

ISBN

9781604131185


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