Tuesday, April 29, 2008

The Books to Read on Men's Issues

  • Save the Males by syndicated columnist, Kathleen Parker.  No mainstream publisher, let alone Random House, would have published this if it were written by a man. She makes clear how the schools, colleges, media, and laws have been devastating, unfairly, to men, who as a gender, are nowhere near as bad as the media has led you to believe.
The next two, by Drs. Paul Nathanson and Katherine Young, professors at McGill, are very scholarly but authoritative.
The following two books by Dr. Warren Farrell, who twice served on the board of the National Organization for Women in New York City and now is co-president with me of the National Organization for Men, are more pleasant reading, shorter, and yet solidly researched:
  • The Woman Racket by Steve Maxon. A small percentage of the book's assertions are dubious, but en toto, it is a worthwhile read: bold yet sensible in its assertions, usually well documented.

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