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By Doug Carlson - Jan 31, 2013

The Boys Scouts of America, widely respected for helping to instill responsibility and character in boys, is as American as baseball and apple pie. For more than 100 years, parents have entrusted their sons to the watchcare of the Boy Scouts, self-described as “the nation’s foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training.”…

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