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William J. Bennett served as the Secretary of Education under President Reagan and as the drug control czar under President George H.W. Bush. Since then, he has written or edited no fewer than seventeen books, including the bestselling The Book of Virtues. In his latest effort, he applies his experience and his faith to this selection of readings about what manhood means in today's culture. In what he perceives a time of crisis, Bennett charts a clearer course about masculine ideals. An apt suggestion for readers of the conservative persuasion.