My Book On Higher Education Is Available Now!

by Lee Doren on September 3, 2011

Hey Folks,

As many of you know, I was working on an ebook for several months after work.  Finally, it was released on September 1st, and the responses are amazing.  In fact, within 48 hours of being published, it was rated #1 in the Education Section on Amazon.  The title of the ebook is, “Please Enroll Responsibly: Avoiding Indoctrination at College.”

In the ebook, I provide real advice for parents and students on how to receive a worthwhile college experience.  I outline techniques for writing essays, taking exams and even how to handle classroom participation.  I provide concrete examples of indoctrination taking place,  and I also offer a lengthy reading list at the end of the book so students and parents have access to more information.

Lastly, I talk about my own political transformation as well.  I explain in detail how I went from a liberal community organizer to who I am today.

If you would like to read this book, it is currently being sold for 99 cents on Amazon.  No, you don’t need a Kindle to read it.  In fact, with Amazon’s new Cloudreader, you can read the entire book via your Chrome browser.  There are also free apps on the landing page to the book that will let you read it on your mac, pc or phone.

I really hope you enjoy what I wrote, and I look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Best,

Lee

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