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A critique of the book Inside The Brain The first thing that must be said for the book Inside The Brain is that it made for very easy reading Even though the book concerns itself with some topics that easily can be confusing due to their technical or medical nature the text flows easily The book was written to be read not to be a reference or textbook The content of this well written book was also first rate The sources quoted in the book were quite impressive and the research that went into the project was apparently quite exhaustive as well There is information contained in this book that should be had by all If all prospective parents were to be given a copy of this book and if they were to actually read it the future of our country and our world for that matter would be a much brighter one Some of the points made including the need for children to be stimulated mentally beginning at an early age are crucial Armed with this information any parent would be likely to spend more time with their children in an effort to ensure their ultimate success in life It is a parents responsibility and obligation to provide their children with the strongest mental armament available in order to enter the intellectual battlefield that will be their future Those who are not properly intellectually prepared for life will fall to the bottom of the socioeconomic strata They will live a life of strife including substandard education substandard health substandard wealth and substandard children This will perpetuate a cycle of this type of person from generation to generation The author of the book seems to focus on the immediacy of the problem through the use of some very startling statistics His implication is that if something is not done to make parents better at the way they prepare their children for the future
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