Men and marriage

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Pelican Pub. Co., 1986 - Family & Relationships - 219 pages
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A chilling indictment on the state of the American family, and the recent drive to deny the fundamental differences between the sexes, Men and Marriage is "an outstandingly important and well-argued book, strangely moving in its combination of scholarly dilligence, common sense, courage, and devotion to the res publica of human civilization".--National Review.

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User Review  - Greg Krehbiel - Goodreads

Marriage is a hot topic these days as many states consider revising what marriage means and who can marry whom. We tend to think of marriage in individual terms -- as a celebration of love, or a ... Read full review

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An excellent book. A bit old, but timeless Read full review

Contents

The Necessities of Love
5
The Biological Difference
19
After the Hunt
29
Copyright

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