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Publisher's Summary

No ideological assault has been more ferocious than radical feminism's 40-year war against women. And no battlefield leader has been more courageous than Phyllis Schlafly. In these dispatches from the battlefront, feminism's most potent foe exposes the delusions and hypocrisy behind a movement that has cheated millions of women out of their happiness, health, and security. Phyllis Schlafly was one of the first to recognize that radical feminism, like other destructive ideologies, is at odds with human nature. So as the rest of the intellectual elite fell compliantly into line, she took up the fight for the right to be a woman. Feminist Fantasies is the inspiring story of that fight.
©2003 Phyllis Schlafly (P)2005 Blackstone Audiobooks
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Critic Reviews

"It's almost unfair for Schlafly to train her analytical mind on the feminists. Time and again she goes like a heat-seeking missile to the heart of the matter....And, as this book demonstrates, she is always right. She has always been right. She will always be right." (Ann Coulter)
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5 out of 5 stars
By Douglas on 12-30-14

This is one of those books...

that inevitably will receive many knee-jerk reactions from politically frenzied people who have never read the thing...but the points Schlaffy makes are clear and precise. Yes, equal rights are important, but modern radical feminism is not about equal rights: it is about hating men and "the patriarchy." It is also about women having to work harder than ever, getting the blunt end of the "sexual revolution" that feminism encouraged, and having a much harder time in relationships that they are trained to despise when things just really aren't that bad most of the time. Look, read the book or don't, but don't judge it until you have turned the last page. (Also see the videos and writings of Dr. Janice Fiamengo and Karen Straughen to see the mindless hate and unfairness that often comes with modern radical feminism. Also Steven Pinker is a good source when he writes or discusses gender: he deems himself an "equality feminist" but eschews the harmful radical stuff.)

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5 out of 5 stars
By Kimberly Nafziger on 10-10-16

Must read for all Americanized women!

I leaned feminist in the past...now a fulfilled wife and mother. This book is true.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Nicky Beet on 10-08-14

hideous just hideous

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

This is a book full of lies&mis representation.It either willfully misrepresents feminism or just doesnt understand it at all

Has Feminist Fantasies put you off other books in this genre?

Maybe

What does Marguerite Gavin bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

The performance of the narrator is the only reason i gave the book so many stars

Do you think Feminist Fantasies needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

I hope not but im sure schlafly could fill many more books full of lies

Any additional comments?

Should highlight the massive benefits of feminism or the more insideous nature of patriarchy like inherent sexism&spousal abuse

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2 of 4 people found this review helpful

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