I was a little confused at how Postman decided to end the book. I felt like it kind of went in a different direction then everything that came before it. Now I’m not saying that his arguments weren’t valid, rather I just felt that this chapter didn’t really fulfill my expectations of how it would end. I was expecting Postman to end by saying that all we needed to do was question the technology in our lives, be aware of how it changes our culture. I understood what Postman was trying to do, but I felt like it didn’t really fit. I thought the idea of preserving our history and culture through education was a valid point and something I actually agree with. It just felt weird considering that he had so many negative things to say about the education system. But what really to the cake for me was talking about American values and how we should never forget what our country is possible of. The thing that really seemed out of place here was that his book didn’t focus on America but the world as a whole. Again his argument is well structured but it seems to stick out. Perhaps I’m not seeing the connection but when I read the last chapter, I felt it didn’t really do justice to the rest of the book.