Summerhill: a radical approach to child rearing

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Hart Pub. Co., 1960 - Education - 392 pages
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Review: Summerhill: A Radical Approach to Child Rearing

User Review  - Nilesh Trivedi - Goodreads

Overall, a good, easy read. Must read for people who aren't aware of Freud's theories. Others may find it somewhat repetitive. Neill's theories sound plausible to me but in my opinion, more validation ... Read full review

Review: Summerhill: A Radical Approach to Child Rearing

User Review  - Widyarini - Goodreads

I just started reading the book and it thrilled me already. That's how human should be reared. With humanity touch. By giving freedom. World now is a place full with mechanical people. People with ... Read full review

Contents

A Look at Summerhill
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What Happens to Summerhill Graduates
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SelfGovernment
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Copyright

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