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Cloning of the American Mind: Eradicating Morality through Education
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B. K. Eakman
Cloning of the American Mind: Eradicating Morality through Education |
By B. K. Eakman
CLONING OF THE AMERICAN MIND focuses on America's "illiteracy cartel" which,
the author maintains, is built around an out-of-control psychographic consulting
industry. The book details how student and family records have assumed a
"commodity" status under new education mandates coupled to rapid advances in
"predictive" computer technology.
As unethical behavioral scientists team up with school testing companies, computer
specialists, and information brokers to produce polls and predict workforce needs,
a political weapon is being created that holds a youngster's future employment
prospects hostage to a set of quasi-political, psychological criteria . . . while
the nation's cognitive and cultural knowledge base is systematically eradicated.
Eakman argues that psychology has assumed a messianic political mission. An unwary
public and its distracted elected representatives have bought in to the education
reform movement's bogus agenda, which is being sold under the dual umbrellas of
"mental health" and "testing standards." The book traces the contributions of two
distinct factions within the behavioral science community -- one that emerged from
the old Hitlerian Right and one on the Marxist Left -- and shows how their two
disparate agendas eventually merged for the purpose of introducing psychological
screening instruments and experimental therapies into the schools. The author
demonstrates how this screening process takes on new meaning as students and their
families are unknowingly assessed for supposed "markers" of psychological disorders,
the most recent example being to label Attention-Deficit Disorder (ADD) as a "marker"
for schizophrenia. The results of the various tests, analyses, and therapies
designed to locate ADD students are placed into sophisticated, cross-referenceable
electronic transfer systems, such as the SPEEDE/ExPRESS.
The book describes how information thus collected can be overlaid with other public
and private records, and downloaded at any time by "research groups" and underground
information brokers for a small fee. A mathematical, computer model enables experts
to predict probable future behavior and reactions. Psychological assessments
masquerading as academic tests and curriculum, maintains the author, have frightening
implications for both individual privacy and learning.
Part IV provides a step-by-step guide on countering psychological manipulation by
professional agitators-turned-facilitators in small-and large-group settings, and
Part V recommends corrective measures that the author believes citizens and government
An indispensable book for parents, policymakers, and educators. This is a
solution-oriented book that is jam-packed with information.
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606 Pages. Paperback