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I'm not sure who the audience of this book is intended to be, and I didn't find it to be clear what the purpose of this collection of essays is supposed to be.
Good content, but what is someone supposed to do with this book? The copyright statement gives permission for schools, churches and other non-profits to reprint his essays that are less than words; but is this the intended audience?
In the introduction, the author says he is trying to "offer ways for parents, teachers and others to teach" fundamental values and character development to children, but again the essays don't really lend themselves to clear action steps. Each chapter is about 6 pages, which is then followed by one-page "essays" or articles that are loosely related to the chapter topic and are supposed to be illustrations of the topic.
Each section closes with a few pages of relevant quotations. The first chapter is "The Values of Freedom", and the main point seems to be that "there are limits to individual freedom and children must be taught how to live in harmony with other humans according to traditional norms.
Another good essay in this section is "Real Self-Esteem" which summarizes the thoughts of Dr. John Rosemond, psychologist, parenting expert and syndicated columnist. This essay discusses Dr Rosemond's thoughts on pampering children, correcting children, and the purpose of guilt in inducing change in behavior.
The second chapter is "What Do You Worship? The third chapter is "Character is Destiny".
One of the short essays in this section says "Bad character is the sum of a series of bad choices; and good character is the result of making a habit of telling the truth, showing respect for others, being responsible and showing others that you care.
Oates says "Poverty is far more than simply not having money, goods, and luxuries. Poverty is a way of life, which once learned, is very difficult to unlearn. Fukuyama says America is "regressing into a more fragmented society of isolated individuals seeking more rights and fewer duties.
Without shared values and a commitment to something higher than selfish interests, America may be losing the 'social capital' of trust necessary to any free society.
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