Children in fiction finally accept the need for authority

[P]olitical ideologies almost always work to distribute power unequally among people in a society and to justify that unequal distribution. Stories in which children question their parents’ authority usually end with the children finally accepting the need for that authority.

The Pleasures Of Children’s Literature, Nodelman and Reimer

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