- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
From the PublisherAnn Coulter author of High Crimes and Misdemeanors It has been said that people never notice the prejudices of their own time. Just as fish can't describe water, humans can't see the biases, mores, and conventions of their own little worlds. Elinor Burkett is one of the rare flying fish who can discern the prejudices of our own era and describe them in colorful, often hilarious, detail. This amazing and important book will shake up today's class of favored citizens.
Michelangelo Signorile author of Life Outside and Queer in America Finally, someone's got the guts to point to the elephant in the room: that America discriminates, sometimes quite shamelessly, against those who do not have children. No one better could be making this clarion call than the compelling, relentless truth-teller, Elinor Burkett. The Baby Boon speaks for so many of us who stay silent, fearful of being tarred as "anti-family." But Burkett's is not a book that is "anti" anything. The Baby Boon is about inclusivity and fairness, about the American values of equality and justice. A meticulous journalist with facts and figures in hand, she makes a case that simply cannot be dismissed.