|Area of focus:||Feminism|
|Content Warning Types:||Unknown|
|Format of resource:||Paperback book|
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While making her own criticisms of feminism, Yvonne Roberts argues that the major threat to women and men in the 1900s isn’t feminism, but workaholism, and that life isn’t perfect for men but that so long as they have most of the power they must also be the agents of change. Her belief is that books like Neil Lyndon’s “No More Sex War” do very little to further the chances of good relations between women and men because what they do is add to the bitterness and, contrary to his title, reinforce the idea that there is a war on.