Which Three Arguments Made About Teenagers?

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1- The three basic statements that the author made about teenagers is that they are individual, misconceived, and narrow minded people. His evidence to these claims is that teenagers are anxious to preserve their individuality and that they are willing to forgo many of the group benefits that the society offers in order to do so. The author believes that the teenage desire to be a person is what puts them in conflict with society. To support his claim about teenagers being misconceived, the author implied that teenager’s everyday are surrounded with advertisements that create exceptions which are rarely fulfilled. Last but not least, teenagers having a naïve faith is frightening to him because he believes that is what Hitler exploited during
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