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Posted March 16, 2007
Mostly good, but with a few flaws
This collection of columns and testimonies by the author contains almost no citations whatsoever, so the reader is left blank on where she draws most of her material. I do agree with most of her point of view, however, although a few of her arguments lack merit. The author opposed the ERA in the 1970s mainly in order to prevent women from serving in combat roles AND to retain their various other protections, privileges, and preferences. Ironically, she is thus sort of half-in and half-out of the feminist camp herself, since they work so hard to give women endless preferences and protections while loudly squawking about 'equality' and 'fairness'. Her material spans several decades and doesn't seem to be organized as well as it could be. Rather than by subject, a more chronological presentation might have been better. Still, I recommend the book but only after more important works are studied first, such as -Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.