The War Against Men
Why Women Are Winning and What Men Must Do If America Is To Survive
Copyright © 2004 Richard T. Hise
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This book is dedicated to all of the God-fearing, family-loving, hard-working men of America
Chapter One: What in the World is Going On?
Chapter Two: What’s It like Being a Man Today?
Chapter Three: Are Women and Men The Same?
Chapter Four: Women and Power
Chapter Five: The Ultimate Weapon: Discrimination
Chapter Six: What Hath Woman Wrought?
Chapter Seven: Why?
Chapter Eight: Political Counter-Attack Strategies
Chapter Nine: Personal Counter-Attack Strategies
I had become aware of and concerned in recent years about the number of friends and acquaintances who were being savagely victimized by the women in their lives. Premature deaths, extra-marital affairs (with tragic consequences for husbands and children), false allegations that destroyed lives, physical and mental abuse, excessive and uncontrolled spending that jeopardized families’ finances, and humiliating and embarrassing incidents in public are just some of what I saw or was told about. In virtually all of these cases, the victims were God-fearing, family-loving and hard-working men—the individuals to whom this book is dedicated.
My concern led me to reflect on the plight of these men and men in general as America moved into the 21st century. These reflections became more defined and focused as I perused hundreds of articles, a dozen books, and volumes of statistical data provided mainly by the United States government. My conclusion: War is being waged against men, its savagery has increased over the last 30 years, it is occurring over an increasing number of fronts, and women are in the vanguard of this battle, especially their attack-dog National Organization for Women (NOW) and other groups of that ilk, along with liberal politicians and judges, federal departments and agencies, media, corporations, colleges and universities, and organized religion—in short, a wide spectrum of major institutions in the United States arrayed against American men.