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Why Women and Power Don't Mix

by J.P. McDermott

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0965498700, Paperback)

A broad based, yet detailed expose' on the history, modus operandi, repercussions and future perils of feminism. Puts forth the opinion that the philosophies of feminists have been the pre-eminent social force in western civilization for forty years. Feminist' philosophy dominating academia, lower education, the media, politics, religion, sexual behavior, androgynization of the sexes etc. Importantly, the book discusses what not only enables feminism to exist, but what guarantees feminisms existence until it leads to one of two unhappy endings....

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