About men: reflections on the male experience
Edward Klein, Don Erickson
Pocket Books, 1988 - Psychology - 317 pages
Russell Baker gives the foreword for this book that features essays from the extraordinarily popular "About Men" column in the New York Times Magazine. "About Men" is one of the paper's most popular and widely read features.
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Foreword Russell Baker
Introduction Edward Klein
Golden Gloves John Walters
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