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ePub The Little Red Schoolbook download
Author:
Soren Hansen
ISBN13:
978-0850350104
ISBN:
0850350107
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Publisher:
Stage 1; Revised edition (October 27, 1971)
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1694 kb
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1936 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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531

Joanna Moorhead: A book for teenagers that was censored after an. .

And Soren Hansen, the teacher who wrote it (his co-author Jesper Jensen is now dead) says that, although the authoritarianism of the education system he was denouncing in the book is gone, he fears even more for children today under the competitive, dog-eat-dog culture that has taken its place.

The Little Red Schoolbook (Danish: Den Lille Røde Bog For Skoleelever; English: The Little Red Book For School Pupils) is a book written by two Danish schoolteachers, Søren Hansen and Jesper Jensen, published in 1969, that was subject to much controv.

The Little Red Schoolbook (Danish: Den Lille Røde Bog For Skoleelever; English: The Little Red Book For School Pupils) is a book written by two Danish schoolteachers, Søren Hansen and Jesper Jensen, published in 1969, that was subject to much controversy upon its publication.

The Little Red Schoolbook Paperback – 15 Jul 2014. by Soren Hansen (Author), Jesper Jensen (Author). There were also at least two rivals, "The Little White Schoolbook" by an Australian Methodist minister, and "The Little White Book" by a German Evangelist, the latter taking a fundamantalist Christian zeal that verges on self-parody (neither get mentioned here, sadly).

The Little Red Schoolbook book. Reissued here in its original and uncensored format, with informative footnotes and a new foreword by the surviving author Søren Hansen, it encourages teenagers to have the confidence to seek information for themselves, challenge authority and question the status qu.

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Because this little book aimed to educate teenagers about democracy, sex and . The Little Red Schoolbook.

The Little Red Schoolbook.

Soren Hansen and Jesper Jensen, 1971. Soren Hansen and Jesper Jensen, 1971. Cover pages only, book held in Spirit of Revolt Archive, Glasgow.

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  • A very, VERY liberal guide book on life as a kid, for kids. I bought this at a Waldens Book Store in Wilkes-Barre PA at my local mall in the early seventies. I was around 13 at the time, and I can remember reading it and lending it to friends. We were all blown away. It was as if Jerry Rubin or Abbie Hoffman handed it to me personally, saying, "Go forth, young man." It's a product of its time (1971) and was written for an already-liberal Danish audience. How this book got translated and end up in America would be a story in itself.

    If you want your son or daughter to grow up as independent, free-thinking individuals, this is the book for them. BUT, I would advise reading it first before handing it over, AND BE THERE for your kid if they have any questions. Which they probably will.

  • This book came out when its contents were rarely discussed and efforts to hide information from children and young adults was even more strenuous than it is today.

  • excellent

  • Okay, the material is a little dated since the book first came out. Still, the message is timeless. EVERY rebel or wannabe rebel should use this book. And if you're not a rebel but what to think for youself -- this will help you get there!

  • This book is brilliant...If it got out to all the schools again we may end up with a society of more accepting humans who have their eyes open and know to use their own brains rather than allowing people to rule them...Wake up and purchase this book...

  • My father gave me a copy when it first came out. It was by my bed for years. I wish I still had it. I think I would understand it more now. Especially the part about adults being 'paper tigers'. god bless my fathers.