Governments and their experts have become extraordinarily involved in one of the most intimate of life's activities, the rearing of children
His first book, Dare to Discipline, sold more than 3 million copies, according to FOF's website, and was a call for parents to be sterner in the rearing of children
The Nazis sought to replace marriage with "breeding farms" for the racially pure, and the Bolsheviks, who set in place the Russian Communist system in 1917, considered marriage "backward" and "reactionary" because it thwarted their plans for the collective rearing of children
Experts in the rearing of children
have long advocated the benefits of breast feeding for purely physical reasons.