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Uniforms: An Idea That Just Doesn't Fit -- An essay refuting mandatory school uniforms.

Date Submitted: 06/06/2002 10:18:13
Category: / Social Sciences / Current Issues
Length: 2 pages (651 words)
Uniforms: An Idea That Just Doesn't Fit In a world full of differences, where what makes us unique is celebrated, students are now being told that part of what makes us individuals is no longer appropriate or even acceptable. Uniforms will not work in a public school setting because they are expensive, a violation of one's rights, and, finally, they will not change social boundaries. Everyone knows that school uniforms can be extremely expensive, and …
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…is preventing this warning a safety advantage? In conclusion, uniforms cannot change our social perimeters, are not economical, and they take away an important outlet for self-expression. By making any student body wear uniforms you are taking away their right to be individuals. Cicero said, "Freedom suppressed and again regained bites with keener fangs than freedom never endangered." We are your future. Do you truly desire to see a generation of robots lead your country?
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