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Women And The Family

a book by Helen O'Connell

(our site's book review)

This book advocates the strong need for women to gain equality with men on the international level. Ignoring a few of its liberal arguments that sound like an old-fashioned call for big government and using European welfare states as examples of how to look after the welfare of people in a society, the book makes a reasonable plea for improving women’s place in many societies where women’s second-class status, and oppression and violence towards females are routine. The author proposes conducting informational seminars as a good fit for the way disenfranchised and/or repressed groups need to be empowered in the Information Age: through information, knowledge, networking, and media.