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Great post, but how did you get an advanced copy of this book? I'm super interested in reading it.

Eric Schliesser

It's available in England


"And rather than seeing childhood, say, as a kind of apprenticeship into adulthood,* kids today must be happy. And the means to make them happy is to make them safe and provide for fun activities,"

A very interesting post over-all, but I could hardly think of a better way to describe how administrators at the university where I work think of the students than this bit. It's bad for them, in so many ways.

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