Reading "Saboteur" was really ironic for me because I grew up in this type of handled place, and I could really relate to these thoughts that Mr. Chiu acquired. In Poland, until I used to be about ten years old we were under the control of communist Russia. I recall that the government required everyone to own their permission to get food. They did not let us use money; we'd to apply for special vouchers and everyone was allowed the same amount because communism beliefs was that many people are equal. There were many times which i saw this type of totalitarian control by the police. For instance, if someone said something against the government that they didn't like, they could go to prison.
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People would defend the Victorian attitude to children, when you were a parent in those times, at least you know to stood: children were to be found and not heard. Freud and company would away using that and parents have been confused ever found. The child's happiness is all important, the psychologists state, but what about the parent's happiness? Father and mother suffer constantly from fear and guilt while their children gaily romp about yanking the place part. A good old-rearing manual would permit such barbarity.The trouble is you are certainly not allowed actually to shout. Who knows what profound psychological injuries you might inflict? The poor kid may never recover from the dreadful traumatic experience. Also is that father and mother bend above backwards to stop giving youngsters, complexes which a hundred years ago hadn't even heard of. Absolutely a child requirements love, and lots of it.But the excessive permissiveness..