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Liberal parents, radical children.

Midge Decter

Liberal parents, radical children.

by Midge Decter

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Published by Coward, McCann in New York .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL13917115M

  Radical Son is David Horowitz's autobiographical journey from "Red diaper baby" to neo-conservative. I wanted to read it because I wanted to better understand the mindset of the radical Left, and this was an excellent book for that purpose/5. As children, many of us are surrounded by a like-minded political community, but this wasn’t the case in Tegan’s household. Source: Kai Chiang/ “Dad’s best friend from childhood.

  What White Kids Learn About Race in School from Boston Review. Sixty-five years after Brown v. Board of Education, U.S. schools remain largely segregated. This matters not only because white and black students experience very different educational outcomes, but also because school is where children form many of their ideas about race and privilege. Liberal Parents, Radical Children — The generation gap returns. — When I meet someone who runs an organization in a blue state, I often ask: Do you have a generation gap where you work? The answer — whether the person leads a college, a nonprofit, a tech company +.

  Diversity In Children's Books Isn't Radical. By Olivia books are designed to engage children AND their parents, since parents are the readers, and Author: Olivia Hinebaugh.   Excerpt from this article – “Alice Moore opened parents’ eyes to liberal indoctrination in textbooks” by Robert Knight – The Washington Times – In Texas, the state textbook committee in angered liberals by rejecting a review panel’s recommendations to kick out Christmas and Independence Day and ignore such famous Americans as Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein and Neil.


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LIBERAL PARENTS, RADICAL CHILDREN By Midge Deeter. Midge Decter has written an eloquent, sometimes bewildering book about the new generation gap that exists between middle­ class liberal parents and their so-calledradi­ cal children, who have not lived up to ement-orientedexpectations ofthe en­ lightened class that spawned them.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Decter, Midge. Liberal parents, radical children. New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, © (OCoLC) The epistolary preamble ""A Letter to the Young"" is an admitted deadfall&#;there are others in this almost too heartfelt dialgoue on the cleavage between those concerned, enlightened, liberal, middle-class parents and their children who are not in ""good shape."" But the opening letter, for all its emotional apostrophizing, does make two of the sharper points here: the young are more than.

Midge Decter has written an eloquent, sometimes bewildering book about the new generation gap that exists between middle-class liberal parents and their so-called radical children, who have not lived up to the achievement-oriented expectations of the enlightened class that spawned them.

“Liberal Parents, Radical Children,” was the title of a book by Midge Decter, which tried to make sense of how a generation of munificent parents raised that self-obsessed, politically.

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In Liberal Parents, Radical Children (), Decter went further, attacking liberal theories of child rearing for producing these narcissistic, overindulged “radical” children, who believed they could change the world and take no responsibility for their actions.

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The book was a case study in the tragedy of good intentions.The Demands of Liberal Education is a political philosophy book by Meira Levinson that establishes a liberal political theory of children's education that fits the mutual needs of the state and its diverse citizenry. She writes that the intent of a liberal education—an education that follows from a liberal society's values—is to maximize the autonomy of individual children through Publisher: Oxford University Press.