I think this one is a little difficult because it really depends on the person and with whom they spend most of their time. I think that a person can be raised to not be ignorant, but be with a peer group most of the time that influences the person enough to destroy the lessons learned at home. I also believe that some people rebel so much from what they get at home that some people reject the ignorance their families tried to teach them and seek out a non-ignorant peer group. It works all ways, with ignorance and non-ignorance(help me...I can't think of a good antonym...) taught in the home or in the peer group, or even in both. Any way ignorance is taught, it's not a good thing and we should try to find a way to raise tolerance instead of promoting ignorance.
I agree with that... Both of my parents are highly educated, and they didn't raise any of us to be ignorant people, but to a certain degree, both of my step-brothers are still swayed by public opinion, which I think derives from the influence of their peers.
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