"Kate O'Beirne, one of our most respected conservative thinkers, has been doing battle with the man-hating "sisterhood" since the 1970s, when she fought the destructive, utopian Equal Rights Amendment. Now, in her first book, she offers all the frankness and common sense she demonstrated during her ten years on CNN's The Capital Gang and in her articles about policy and politics for National Review. She captures the radical feminists in their own words, explains why they've got it all wrong, and shows why they have to be stopped - before they do even more damage to our schools, families, military, and sports."--BOOK JACKET.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. How radical feminists have weakened the family
2. Day care good, mother bad
3. Skirting the truth - lies about wages, discrimination, and harassment
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