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"As a woman one would like to hit this macho on the mouth, but nevertheless he is worth listening to... In saying that the roles of the sexes are less flexible than Western society commonly believes, he may be right after all." A. Barth, Der Spiegel
"Martin van Creveld has written a work that is rich in facts, provocative, and easy to read. It reviews the relationship between women and war in both myth and history. It offers plenty of material for discussion, and not by feminists alone." M. Mantzke, Das Parlement
"Van Creveld has unhesitatingly put his finger on many sore points—he can be sure many will be screaming at him in anger. As they say, though, "many enemies, much honor." Ruf, Dresdner Neueste nachrichten.
“[Van] Creveld presents lots of material to base his thesis on. And look, history suddenly assumes a completely different face from the one (radical) feminists have tried to make us believe in. Many well-liked clichés concerning the exploitation and oppression of women turn out to have no foundation, whereas others were invented for political-ideological reasons.” InkulturA-online.
Ever since Betty Friedan published The Feminine Mystique back in 1963, all of us have been told that women are discriminated against, oppressed, exploited, and abused by men. The barrage of accusations is intense, relentless, and seems to have neither beginning nor end. But are the charges true? Do women really have a worse time of it than men? This volume, one of the very few in any language, takes on these questions head on. Roaming far and wide, it examines many aspects of the problem as it has presented itself from the time of ancient Egypt right down to today’s most advanced Western societies. To anyone accustomed to the tsunami of feminist claims and complaints, the answers will come as a surprise.
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