Simcha Weinstein's THE CASE FOR CHILDREN Now Available Nationwide
Simcha Weinstein, THE CASE FOR CHILDREN
Recently released U.S. population census shows population growth at its lowest level since the Great Depression. As young men and women are doing everything during their reproductive years except reproduce! Never before in human history have birth rates intentionally fallen so far, so fast, and in so many places.
This groundbreaking book explores the overwhelming benefits that parenthood brings to individuals and society and provides strong expert statistical evidence that contradicts many modern myths of parenthood. The book is intended to be a candid, honest exploration of why young people aren't having children. Fathers are scolded for bringing new little consumers and polluters into the world, and mothers in particular get grief for choosing childbearing over careers.
Simcha Weinstein's uncompromisingly sensible solutions fly in the face of traditional ideas. Showing how having more children can actually be a boon to your bottom line without necessarily increasing your carbon footprint.
As the subject of demography and declining birthrates in the West (and the impact this phenomenon is having on gender roles) has recently become a controversial topic, by reading this book, you may even wonder why you waited so long to have children!
Talking Points:Too Cool for Kids? Why People Are Putting Off Parenthood
From Population Boom to Bust: How Shrinking Families Are Destroying Our Planet
Million-Dollar Babies: The Real Cost of Having Kids
Parenthood and Happiness: All "Oy" and No Joy?
Saving the Planet: Are Babies Bad for the Environment?
SIMCHA WEINSTEIN is an internationally known speaker and the best-selling author of Up, Up, and Oy Vey: How Jewish History, Culture, and Values Shaped the Comic Book Superhero and Shtick Shift: Jewish Humor in the 21st Century. He has appeared on CNN and NPR and has been profiled in leading publications, including the New York Times, Miami Herald, and London Guardian. A syndicated columnist, he writes for the Jerusalem Post, JTA (Jewish Telegraphic Agency), the Royal Shakespeare Company, Condé Nast, and many other agencies. He chairs the Religious Affairs Committee at Pratt Institute, the renowned New York art school. He was recently voted "New York's Hippest Rabbi" by PBS affiliate Channel 13.