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I'm not sure there is a consistent one. Perhaps, allow individuals and society to improve? But it also teaches that it is okay to kill the people that haven't improved or evolved... so, not sure how moral that is.

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The moral lesson of "The Chrysalids" by John Wyndham is to embrace diversity and accept others for who they are, even if they are different from what is considered normal. It also highlights the dangers of bigotry, prejudice, and the consequences of intolerance.

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