I'm not surprised that the Publisher's Weekly review cited above is a slam....Phyllis Schlafly has been slammed in the media her entire career. Yep...Phyllis Schlafly pretty much single-handedly stopped the Equal Rights Amendment. But before you label her a right-wing zealot, did you know that the ERA would have made young women (even young mothers) susceptible to the military draft? The fact of the matter is that this is a very sensible book, written by a very sensible and intelligent lady. While the P.C. forces of the world try to convince us that women aren't really THAT interested in having kids, and that kids are just as happy to be in daycare as they are to be with their own mothers, Schlafly brushes aside the baloney and speaks the truths we all know so well (but some of us refuse to admit). The fact of the matter is that "feminism" has been judging the success of females in strictly MASCULINE terms for the last 35 years...focusing more on material wealth and power than on children and family. Schlafly demonstrates over and over again how the so-called "sexual revolution" did more to HARM women than any other social movement since WWII, what with the explosion of no-fault divorce, abortion, and single motherhood. This little old lady has some important things to say. I am glad that I gave her a listen.