Not guilty: the case in defense of men
A highly controversial rebuttal of recent feminist orthodoxy which confronts the politically-correct status quo. Thomas forces readers to reexamine the implications of the male stereotype with studies and statistics about sexual harassment, sexual abuse, physical violence, and other acts that are committed by women.
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NOT GUILTY: The Case in Defense of MenUser Review - Kirkus
If Warren Farrell's The Myth of Male Power (p. 763) was a broadside barrage against perceived political excesses of feminism, then Thomas's first book—urbane, witty (as befits the work of a former ... Read full review
Not guilty: the case in defense of menUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Thomas tries to promote equality and set the record straight for the now much-maligned male. Many of his comments and topics may not be politically correct, but he uses facts, figures, and logic to ... Read full review
AUTHORS NOTE AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
For What Is a Man What Has He Got?
MATTERS OF LIFE AND DEATH
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