The list author says: "Please note that the remarks I've entered for each title below are actually meant to be read as continuous commentary. (I did frequently insert the word "continued", but I suspect that some readers have still failed to grasp the continuous commentary concept.) Thanks. Now read on..... and on..."
"Fuhgeddabout Paul Ehrlich's "Population Bomb." One of our real & most serious socioeconomic problems will soon be revealed to be a lack of population replacement resulting from a number of factors, not the least of them being the effects of "Feminism." This one hour documentary is loaded with facts that pack a punch & will knock the teeth right out of your optimism. Stick a fork in us: we're done!"
"openly declare that their ends can be attained only by the forcible OVERTHROW OF ALL EXISTING SOCIAL CONDITIONS." And Clara Zetkin writes, "Comrade Lenin frequently spoke to me about the...(continued)"
"Feminism, but it shows how socialists operate and why they are so successful, making an impact with few numbers. / Real Woman, Phyllis Schlafly, is owed a debt of gratitude from every Real Man (cont.)"
"As far as I know, this remains the most comprehensive book on Feminist psychology. It also explains the methods and the consequences. For every man or woman, the path to understanding starts here. (Overlook the poorly chosen title. You can't always judge a book by its title.)"
"An absolutely essential publication for gaining an understanding of Feminism's hidden agenda. This is one of only a few books to make the valid Feminist/Marxist connection. It simply doesn't get any better than this one."
"HERE'S ONE OF THE BEST EVER WRITTEN ON THE SUBJECT (and definitely the most humorous). About Feminist Males he writes, "Some especially obedient little dogs bring their masters their leash when they want to be harnessed up for a walk.""
"A truly powerful little book if you don't mind just a bit of Catholic flavoring (I myself am not Catholic). This book made me almost sorry I was born male. I have posted a full-length book review on this publication's product page."
"One of Feminism's most effective supporters has been the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) - a Marxist organization since its founding. There is a symbiotic relationship between Marxism and Feminism, and gender is to Feminism what class is to Marxism. (Since Secular Humanism is essentially a modernized form of Marxism, you will find the "Humanist Manifesto" crowd also endorses Feminism.)"
"One of Feminism's most carefully protected gains is the (pseudo-Constitutional) legal right of a woman to murder her unborn child. Read this book and see if your previously held beliefs about abortion can withstand scrutiny."
"'TAKEN INTO CUSTODY' by Stephen Baskerville is an absolutely shocking look at the tyrannical judicial system that is ruining fathers and deliberately undermining "the family", society's fundamental group unit. Probably the most important book on this list after The Holy Bible."
"The biggest enemy the Feminist movement has is God: Genesis 3:16; Isaiah 3:11,12; 1st Timothy 2:11-15; Titus 2:3-5, et al. Atheistic radical Fems won't care, but female Believers are expected to know. (Continued)..."
"A politically liberal, self-professed "feminist" female psychologist and former friend of mine, recently wrote the following to me in a letter: "I don't believe I am being naive or 'seeing what I want to see' if I focus on what is good and compassionate. I see the results of ugliness daily in my practice. (Continued)..."
""I also believe that what you oppose grows, and what you put your attention on grows. I personally want to see the beauty and kindness that is all around me. So, really, I'm not interested in reading any anti-feminist articles." (Continued)..."
"That is the reply I received after recommending this "feminist" psychologist read a few of the books on this list. It should be noted that decades ago, this same liberal introduced me to the writings of Ayn Rand, whose philosophy had a major impact on her at that time. (Continued)..."
"As for her current political views, I guess it's a woman's prerogative to change her mind. But her response to my suggestion that she read a few of the outstanding books on this list says a great deal about a FEMINIST's lack of objectivity and feigned interest in discovering truth. The motto seems to be: "See, hear, and READ no Truth.""