Behind Enemy Lines: A Conservative Teacher's Observations of Generation XXX

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Marc Howard, Aug 1, 2007 - Education - 220 pages
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Behind Enemy Lines is a humorous, but informative observation of the world of our modern American youth. Marc Howard discusses how the liberal policies of the sixties have shaped our world and what this means for our children.
  

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I myself am a former student of Mr. Howard I have lots of respect for him but the book is completely bias and as stated in the title this book is nothing more than an observation, he basically watched kids in class and jumped to conclusion after conclusion rather than taking the time to do actual research. What I mean by that is actually taking the time to ask teenagers some questions; not every teenager is the same, like any high school there are the mature and the immature. Mr. Howard only seems to be targeting the Immature because for the most part he describes the immature very accurately. The generation from the 40s said there is something wrong with the youth from the 50s, the same was said by the 50s about the 60s and so on. Mr. Howard did nothing in his book but complain about “generation XXX” grand parents do the same type of complaining every day. We almost all become mature at some point in our lives and you can’t expect a teenager to become an adult as soon as they hit 13, we were all teenagers at one point in our lives we’ve all been part of some fad that has “swept the nation” we’ve all used foul language in presence of friends we all eventually grow out of it. Mr. Howard does not bring anything to light and presents nothing that we haven’t heard already from past generations. 

Contents

Introduction
1
ShuttheFUp
21
Pharmaceuticals
33
Cosmetic Sex Changes
49
Crazy Chicks
65
Sex Sells
81
Fantasy Land
95
Haters
109
Honesty Integrity and Honor What the F
123
What has the Government Done for Me Lately?
143
The Golden Rule What the F is that?
161
Whos Teaching Your Child?
177
Taking Back Your Child
193
Closing Thoughts
201
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