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principle
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Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl
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  • Mrs. van Daan agreed with her, but felt it was wrong as a matter of principle to let youngsters read books written for adults.
  • Even though I’m only fourteen, I know what I want, I know who’s right and who’s wrong, I have my own opinions, ideas and principles, and though it may sound odd coming from a teenager, I feel I’m more of a person than a child — I feel I’m completely independent of others.

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  • I accept as a basic principle that all people are precious and should be treated with equal dignity.
  • One guiding principle is that everyone should be treated fairly.

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