Kids Are Americans Too

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Harper Collins, Oct 16, 2007 - Political Science - 160 pages
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Four-time #1 bestselling author and veteran television news journalist Bill O'Reilly has more than 5 million copies of his books in print to date! His first book for younger fans, The O'Reilly Factor for Kids, held the honorable distinction of being the #1 bestselling nonfiction title for kids in 2005 according to Nielsen's The Book Standard.

Back again with a dialogue on rights that will have everyone talking, O'Reilly and his coauthor Charles Flowers dole out the kind of blunt, cogent, commonsense commentary you count on them for. Together they explore timely questions being debated in and out of courts today including:

  • Can a kid wear an antigay T-shirt on campus?
  • Does a school newspaper have the right to bad-mouth a principal?
  • Does a mother have the right to eavesdrop on her daughter's telephone conversations?

Some of the answers will surprise you. Some will empower you. All of them will make you think.

  

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Contents

Your Rights vs Their Rights
87
Gotta Keep Thinking About These Things
103
Extra Credit
113
Ask OReilly
123
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

For more than thirteen years, three-time Emmy Award winner Bill O’REilly has presided over The O’Reilly Factor on the FOX News Channel, the highest-rated news program on cable. Prior to that, he served as a national correspondent for ABC News and as an anchor of the nationally syndicated news magazine program Inside Edition. He is the author of numerous megabestsellers, including A Bold Fresh Piece of Humanity, a deeply personal memoir that has sold more than one million copies.

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