About The Author
ImageAnne R. Pierce is an independent scholar, author and Acquisitions Editor at Transaction, an independent publisher of social-scientific books. She holds a PhD from the University of Chicago. Anne is a big-picture thinker with broad interests in history, politics, psychology, and philosophy. She is especially fascinated with periods of upheaval and transition in American life.

In her work, she explores the ways in which Americans have created change and adapted to change, and how they have defined and responded to modernity. She is acutely aware of what we have lost as well as what we have gained in any particular transition period.

In addition to her latest book, Ships Without A Shore: America’s Undernurtured Children, Pierce has written Woodrow Wilson and Harry Truman: Mission and Power in American Foreign Policy. She has also published articles in World & I, Society, and McGraw-Hill's compilation books: The Family and Human Development.

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“This book is brilliant… and should be required reading for all parents. I read it cover to cover with pencil in hand.”

ChristineMM, The Thinking Mother

“This is an extremely important
book on the challenges of child development at our current technological crossroads at which media is able to deliver incredible ‘programming’ to our youth to potentially disastrous effect.”

James E. Swain MD, PhD, FRCPC, Child Study Center at Yale University

“Gutsy and provocative, Anne Pierce presents an articulate, no-holds-barred indictment of current child-rearing practices. Read this book, and you will have plenty to talk—and to think—about!”

Jane M. Healy, PhD, Educational psychologist and author of “Endangered Minds; Why Our Children Don't Think and What We Can Do About It”



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