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"Rarely does a book draw such a rave from one of our reviewers. And Dan Neyer is one of our hardest to please, so you can be sure he brought us to the edge of our seats. Why all the fuss? A few lines from Dan's exuberant 4-page analysis:
'F. Carolyn Graglia, a lawyer before she became a homemaker, makes an unassailable case against feminism.... [She] holds feminism up to the light and reveals it to be anti-female and anti-human....'
'Although Graglia never uses the term satanic to describe the feminists, she is unstinting in her condemnation of them. She makes it clear that female promiscuity, legalized abortion, increased male impotence, bureaucratic eunuchs, and increased homosexuality are all products of feminism. God bless her for writing this book. And as she asks in the book: Where are all the men? Why don't they oppose the feminists? Why is F. Carolyn Graglia the only person attacking them? It is partly because the feminists have so successfully gelded American males, and partly because males, through a misplaced notion of chivalry, do not believe in attacking women. But when women cease to be women they must be dealt with. Deep down the real reason the feminists hate men, Graglia tells us, is because men do not love them enough to challenge them when they misbehave. That is a very unpopular thing to say, but Graglia has the moral fortitude to say it, and say it very well.'
'Mrs. Graglia makes her points cannily. Her research includes sources who don't share her traditional views, so the book packs a double wallop. Perhaps more importantly, Mrs. Graglia doesn't leave us hanging. She shows us how to begin anew to respect and support both the woman who undertakes a traditional role and the man who makes it possible for her to do so. It all adds up to the most stinging indictment of feminism ever written.'" -- Conservative Book Club, Featured Alternate Main Selection
Worth reading! I recommend for every soon-to-be mother to read, and any mothers' who have daughters, to read this book. Read morePublished 9 months ago by winter flodman
Academic level, several chapters, excellent table of contents. Still reading. Very happy with this purchase. Not a book to miss.Published 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
I rarely review a book, but this book warrants a review because of the beneficial impact it could make on our society if more Americans were to read it, especially U.S. Read morePublished on May 23, 2013 by Robert G. Gard
A standing ovation for Mrs. Graglia, please. I have had this book for quite some time and refer to it often. It is only now that I am getting around to writing a review. Read morePublished on March 18, 2013 by Dark Eyed Traditionalist
F. Carolyn Graglia has created a book which is truly remarkable,
for better and for worse. A successful attorney who intended to
spend her life as a career woman, she... Read more
Where does Graglia get off thinking it's ok for her to be writing a book? First she steals a man's spot at Colubmia Law, then she steals a man's spot as a clerk on the Supreme... Read morePublished on May 31, 2012 by Customer
This book was written a little over 10 years ago by a female lawyer who could easily have realized the feminists' dream career and life, but chose the real happiness of raising her... Read morePublished on June 5, 2011 by olderandwiser
This book was amazing and it was pretty easy to read. The book has seven chapters, an index, an acknowledgment, bibliography and an introduction which is very very long. Read morePublished on June 15, 2008 by Yoshi3329