Enemies of Eros: How the Sexual Revolution is Killing Family, Marriage, and Sex and what We Can Do about it

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Bonus Books, 1989 - Social Science - 283 pages
Is the sexual revolution killing family, marriage, and sex? What can we do about it? Attacking sacred cows with humor and style, Gallagher offers new insights into sex, gender, and family. Women who wonder why they are exhausted, overworked, and still financially and emotionally insecure can find answers here.

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Maggie Gallagher is the director of the Marriage Project at the Institute for American Values, a nationally syndicated columnist, and the author of Enemies of Eros. She lives in New York City.

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