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Inez Tenenbaum on Principles & Values


Parents, not government, are responsible for children

Inez Tenenbaum has championed the values of family and community, and she believes government can't solve all our problems. She has encouraged parents to play an active role in their children's lives, and expanded character education in the schools.
Source: Campaign website, www.inez2004.com Jul 20, 2004

by MoveOn for moderate progressive principles.

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Source: MoveOn website 04n-MOVE on Sep 21, 2004

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