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The Cultural Devastation of American Women: The Strange and Frightening Decline of the American Female (and her dreadful timing) Paperback – July 24, 2006

ISBN-13: 978-1424133901 ISBN-10: 1424133904

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  • Paperback: 185 pages
  • Publisher: PublishAmerica (July 24, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1424133904
  • ISBN-13: 978-1424133901
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #435,342 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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30 of 41 people found the following review helpful By U.S. Homemaker on January 15, 2007
Nancy speaks the plain truth: American Women are killing themselves and their families over their complete selfishness. We wonder why our community's children act out as they do and we can clearly see that the root of their demise is due to their mothers' (and fathers') self-interests. Being a feminist doesn't mean that we need to ignore and destroy our children's lives.

All women AND men should read this book, to get a clear understanding of the past and how they can change their lives. We worry about the world's environment; yet we neglect our human and cultural environment. Such neglect will damage the human race beyond compare. It would be a travesty to have a beautiful world but have incompetent human relations.

Nancy, thank you for clearly demonstrating how we as American women need to wake-up and take back our feminine power while strengthening our children. I bought your book for my Grandfather who, at age 88, has seen a lot. He completely agrees with your words...American women need to look at the past and re-plant themselves so that they have strong roots for America's future.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mark D. Schaeffer on August 2, 2008
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I enjoyed reading the book, but had mixed feelings. It was more of a validation then anything else. The very people who need to be explosed to these concepts (i.e. to open their eyes) are the very people who will NOT read this book, and if it was given to them by somebody to enlighten them, they would likely scoff at it (as the author indicates)

Firstly, it was a very good summary of the problem with American women. (Actually women all over the modern world exhibit similar problems). I especially related to the chapter "The mental Illness of Beauty". Most people think I'm nuts when I give my opinion that when women focus on beauty over all else, they corrupt their souls - subconcounsly defining themselves by external factors defined by the corporate media/glamour driven world (a certain look, clothese, attitude, etc.). They then subconcoiusly expect their mates to have the same values, and to have the equivalent external look on the male side. This then has the effect of subordinating important things like values, intelligent, passion, curiosity, etc -- all the things that really make up human. It's nice to know I'm not alone.

One thing about the book that at first really annoyed me, is that the author's view of men seems to be that we are mostly all the same - shallow, childish, etc. I'm sick of getting categorized in with all the other idiot men out there. I can't stand most men for those very reasons, and I'm not like most of them. And I unfairly suffer as a result that most women think I'm like most men -- because I'm a man. Especially if I exhibit Alpha Male characteristics, which I do, but they have no concept of my level of complexity and capability for compassion, because we have been programmed to put people into buckets.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By HOT MIX on January 18, 2011
Nancy Levant is the most bold, courageous and creative writer stating the truth about ruthless globablism, or the new brand of communism called "communitarianism" which includes feminism. Kids are not taught "truth" but rather sit around "consensus tables" with the teacher at the back. It's not truth, but consensus that matters. This has merged with the feminist movement, a part of globalism and eugenics, to not only dumb down women but make them vain and selfish--so much so that they can't take care of themselves let alone children and pets. Truly good mothers, on the other hand, are separated from their children and become very depressed without knowing why. It's because they're in the shopping mall, mirror or make-up--on the go to their workout, trainer, entertainment, travel. They are chatty, social, superficial, shallow, gossipy, untrustworthy and they abuse men, children and pets. If the globalists want to bring us all down, they do it through this phony feminist movement, because behind every powerful and good man is a powerful and good woman. The globalists and big pharma now control the schools and the day care centers with the agenda to drug women and children. So destroy womanhood, destroy culture. Without family to protect, they become mindless robots for the state: "useless eaters". Where there's mindless petty vanity, women lack heart. Women have become hard-hearted, while traditionally it was female tenderness that renewed strength in their men and children. And American feminists are very ungrateful: here they NATURALLY had the rights denied to women all over the world, because their own men FOUGHT for that right. But in becoming manly mad tanks merging with the corporate globalist agenda [of BIG PHARMA DRUGS AND ABORTION, or eugenics] they threw it all away.Read more ›
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By T-Rex 5 on April 5, 2008
Nancy Levant has done a good job of examining the problems with socialist feminism and the destruction of the family unit. Unlike many other authors, she does so in a non-religious fashion, while being realistic about today's economic realities. She also recognizes the tremendous value women have in the world and that their work should be rewarding and recognized. She speaks the truth about the future of the world, when children are devalued, and that devaluing children has nothing to do with recognizing the worth of women. I'm positive most readers of this book personally know women like the ones portrayed in this book. In spite of the author's admonitions to the reader to examine herself to see if she is a women like the ones described in this book, these types of women (the ones who most need to read this book), won't be the ones reading the book. Hopefully as the topics in this book become part of the public discourse, the unhappy women described in this book will start to learn that there is another way of living--a way of life that produces peace and harmony, rathern than unhappiness and disintegration of the family. The typographical errors in the book did produce a minor destraction--hopefully the author will use better proofreader for future editions. I also, would have preferred a traditional book lay out (ie with numbered chapters), rather than the unnumbered essay type layout. The content of the book alone is worth 5 stars, but I'm giving an overall rating of 4 stars, due to the distraction of the typographical errors & book layout.
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