Ivan R. Dee
Trim: 6¾ x 8½
978-1-56663-495-3 • Hardback • May 2003 • $24.95 • (£18.99)
978-1-56663-598-1 • Paperback • June 2004 • $14.95 • (£11.99)
This book is both engaging and brutal as social observation...
— Paula S. Fass; The Review of Higher Education
An informed, intelligent and very powerful critique...Written with wit, with pointed examples and with passion. A very important book.
— Judith Wallerstein, Ph.D.
Adults...should take note of Hymowitz's observations about what 'liberation' has wrought.
— William J. Bennett, former U.S. Secretary of Education, author of The Book of Virtues
One of America's best analysts of child-rearing...fascinating.... Hymowitz is on to some very important truths...a masterpiece.
— National Review
Scrupulously points out the all-too-familiar obsession with individual autonomy.
— The Weekly Standard
Hymowitz raises difficult questions that should not be ignored, and she presents them with a befitting urgency.... Thought-provoking...
— Foreword Reviews
Offers an original and coherent reading of contemporary bewilderment about what our children need....
— Times Literary Supplement
A very different set of insights which parents will appreciate.
Sharply drawn analyses...
— Adolescence Magazine
A devastating debunking of fashionable ideas that have brought much frustration and heartache to parents and children alike...It is impossible to summarize the many insights of 'Liberation's Children'. Get a copy of each and discover their sobering message yourself.
— Thomas Sowell, Rose and Milton Friedman Senior Fellow on Public Policy at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University; Capitalism Magazine
Liberation's Children is a collection of essays that deserves to be knit together into the fabric of a book.
— Mark Daims; Human Nature Review
Why our children are that way, and what to do about it