If any of E. Belfort Baxs’ writing on feminism could be called a seminal work, this is it. Over 100 years ago Bax penned this critique of feminism, of white knighting in details which can only be described as prophetic.
Bax deftly exposes the frailty of men who will succomb to any lunacy as long as it is furthered in the name of womanhood. He even exposes the harsh, censoring presence of feminist ideologues in the publishing industry that were already present a century ago.
This is another must read for anyone interested in the now long history of feminist corruption, and the complicity of weak men who enabled it.
The book was edited by Peter Wright, using the same meticulous standards he applied to the first volume.
It just became available this morning and received the following review from a verified purchaser.
I have to give this book five stars. I am currently writing a dissertation on the subject of modern feminism. There are few modern books that expose the problems of feminism in our current society.
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