The Republican War against Women: An Insider's Report from Behind the Linesby Tanya Melich
Her acclaimed 1996 book, "The Republican War Against Women", cites chapter and
Disillusioned and angered by her party's hostile strategy toward women, birthright Republican Tanya Melich walked out of her delegation to the 1992 national convention in revulsion at its deliberate adoption of policies designed to create hostility between the sexes in exchange for votes.
Her acclaimed 1996 book, "The Republican War Against Women", cites chapter and verse to document the GOP's twenty-year history of hypocrisy toward women. Powerful and persuasive, this updated edition of the book not only illustrates how these actions created a gender gap that cost the party the 1992 and 1996 elections -- it demonstrates why the only hope for its future is to adopt a vigorous new vision. In two thoughtful new chapters, Melich calls for all those for whom traditional party affiliation has become an obsolete concept -- moderate Republicans, centrist Democrats, and the 39 percent of voters who identify themselves as independents -- to join in a New Center Republican party whose equitable agenda is attuned to the needs of all America's citizens.
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