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"In no-nonsense fashion, Berg lays out the case for a renewed feminist movement that can be at the center of progressive politics. Her passion and humor demonstrate why feminism is not a threat to us men but a gift." Robert Jensen, University of TexasAustin, author, Getting Off: Pornography and the End of Masculinity
"The time has come for a new wave of feminism and Sexism in America is just what we need to help bring it on." Diane E. Levin, PhD, professor of education, Wheelock College; coauthor, So Sexy So Soon
"Sweeping vision, sharp wit, and in-depth research . . . a road map to how the Far Right and conservative religious forces succeeded in pushing women's rights back from victories in the 1970s into an era in which women must begin again." Rita Henley Jensen, editor in chief, Women's eNews
"Sexism in America is vital reading for everyone to ensure that the quality of life for women continues to transform to ultimately create complete gender equality." Dr. Jane Greer, author, How Could You Do This To Me? Learning To Trust After Betrayal
Great as a textual reference but a very heavy independant book if you are reading it for pleasure purposes. It is more factual then story biasedPublished on October 6, 2013 by Hailey Chappell
Barbara Berg's characterization of sexism as a badge of honor among males resonates with what women see as male disdain for women's traits. Read morePublished on February 27, 2010 by J. Jones
A few weekend ago I was channel surfing and I came across Book TV on C-Span. I've watched a few times and the shows are pretty interesting so when Barbara J.Berg, Ph.D. Read morePublished on January 11, 2010 by Paul Dryer
I received Sexism in America: Alive, Well, And RUNING OUR FUTURE by Barbra J. Berg, Ph.D. before Christmas for review and honestly didn't see how it would change anything about me... Read morePublished on January 8, 2010 by Sharon LaMothe
In writing this book, Barbara Berg (a 'professor', no less !) has committed an incredible disservice to the women's movement, as most everything she has written of is not a... Read morePublished on January 3, 2010 by Oldskool
This book is extraordinary. Fast paced, insightful, passionate yet judicious. It covers so many different issues and does it in a way that is informative, but also analytic, in a... Read morePublished on December 18, 2009 by M. Maged
When I first heard about Barbara Berg's first book, I admit that I was dubious based on the title. Not that I don't agree with the premise; I do believe that sexism is alive and... Read morePublished on November 16, 2009 by forrestframingham