"Intellectually and morally acute, vibrantly alive...parents, teachers or legislators who miss this richly clarifying discourse on the contemporary politics of literacy deserve to sit in the corner for a week."Benjamin DeMott, Amherst College.
"Original, informed, brilliantly argued, and written with real passion....It is going to be very useful in the literacy debates in the next few years."Richard Lanham, Director of the Writing Program, University of California, Los Angeles.
"A stimulating, enlightening, and provocative book."Paul B. Salmon, American Association of School Administrators.