BACKLASH: THE UNDECLARED WAR AGAINST AMERICAN WOMEN

BACKLASH: THE UNDECLARED WAR AGAINST AMERICAN WOMEN

A Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for The Wall Street Journal, Faludi lays out a two-fold thesis in this aggressive work: First, despite the opinions of pop-psychologists and the mainstream media, career-minded women are generally not husband-starved loners on the verge of nervous breakdowns. Secondly, such beliefs are nothing more than anti-feminist propaganda pumped out by conservative research organizations with clear-cut ulterior motives. This backlash against the women's movement, she writes, "stands the truth boldly on its head and proclaims that the very steps that have elevated women's positions have actually led to their downfall."
Editora: ANCHOR BOOKS
ISBN: 0385425074
ISBN13: 9780385425070
Edição: 1992
Número de Páginas: 576
Acabamento: PAPERBACK
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