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Adults say that growing up is harder than ever. Oddly enough, though, today’s kids are upbeat about their lives, and most feel there are adults who’ll steer them in the right direction—even if peers are pushing them the opposite way. So we learn from a poll of 10-17-year-olds conducted for America’s Promise—The Alliance for Youth.

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