Before discussion Tuesday, we had to read about the Bogle family and how everyone throughout the several generations landed themselves in jail due to several laws being broken. In the article the author noted how the dad teaches his children to steal for him and also to fight. The question that was brought up in this article was is this aggression and habit of breaking the law the cause of a bad gene that is passed from generation to generation or is it taught over the years as one is raised. In discussion we came to conclusions that and correlated that aggression has more to do with genes but I would like to look back on this case and discuss more whether it actually had more to do with genetics. Many studies are done that show if the parents are more aggressive then the kids naturally be more aggressive due to genes but it does not mean that the kids will be committing crimes and fighting just naturally. There is more to this case than just genetics. It states that the kids always want to impress their parents. In this case the parents taught the kids not only by example but literally taught the kids and awarded them for stealing liquor for them and fighting instead of being a coward. This case proves that these actions are not just natural causes but are taught to kids over the years by example.