Save the Males

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Poor Richard's Press, 2006 - Philosophy - 236 pages
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“Save the Males†presents a common sense approach to gender issues. This highly controversial book is divided into five parts. In the first 2 parts, author Richard Doyle examines treatment of men in the modern era, in four areas — criminal justice, family law, employment and image — in both legal and social aspects, finding that men, as a class, are shortchanged nearly everywhere. Part III identifies the culprits. Among culprits he finds legislators, judges, attorneys, politicians, feminists, the media, even men themselves. Part IV explains how civilization has arrived at its present state, discusses gender relationships, and presents defenses for men. Part V is the Appendix, containing expanding on details of previous sections, and containing controversial matters.The book is intended to restore men and traditional families to their formerly respected status by defeating the widespread discrimination against men throughout society.Warning: this book is incorrect politically. It has ‘attitude.

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