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Save The Males, by R.F. Doyle
  The Author is one of the founders of the Men Movement.
  The book is available via download or in hard copy.
  It provides great value at a low price.

 

Sex and Politics, L-M — Index to books, reviews and articles – about sex, politics and the patriarchy


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Donna Laframboise also writes for the National Post.  She writes exposés that deal mostly with gender issues, debunking myths.  To find these articles, visit the site of the NATIONAL POST. and use their site-search facility.  Just enter Laframboise.  If you are looking for specific articles or phrases, enclose the search string in quotation marks.

  • Land, Kenneth C. and Patricia L. McCall  — "Trends in White Male Adolescent, Young-Adult, and Elderly Suicide: Are There Common Underlying Structural Factors?" (Social Science Research 23 (1994): 57-81)

"A family structure index - a composite index based on the annual rate of children involved in divorce and the percentage of families with children present that are female-headed - is a strong predictor of suicide among young adult and adolescent white males."

  • Lapin, Daniel, Rabbi — AMERICA'S REAL WAR (Multnomah Publishers Inc., Sisters, Oregon 362 pages; hardcover; $32.00)

A Rabbi Defends Christians.
Daniel Lapin Sees Christians And Religious Jews As Allies In A War To Save Civilization

  • Lee, Daniel — Family Law and the Collapse of Culture, 2001 07 24; Free Congress Online

  • Lehrman, Karen — The Lipstick Proviso

  • Levin, — Quest et al Equal Opportunities - a Feminist Fallacy  IEA

  • Lie and Gentlewarrior — Intimate Violence in Lesbian Relationships. Journal of Social Science Research, 15, 41-59.

(For a collection of various references to Lesbian DV: http://www.vix.com/men/battery/lesbattle.html
  See also Gay and Lesbian Domestic Violence Bibliography)

  • Limbaugh, Rush — The Way We Ought to Be [one book? this is it!]

  • Lindstein, Thomas and Barry Meteyard — What works in family mediation: mediating residence and contact disputes (1996)

  • Lively, Scott, and Kevin Abrams — The Pink Swastika: Homosexuals and the Nazi Party (Keizer, Oregon: Founders Publishing Company, 1995)

The Pink Swastika is available by calling 1-800-828-2290.  Price $11.95 including shipping.
    If you are concerned about the erosion of our traditional moral values you must read the Essay by Scott Lively, based on excerpts from The Pink Swastika.

The Pink Swastika is listed at Amazon.com

Excerpts from the chapter American Nazis

  • LOFTUS, ELIZABETH & KETCHAM, KATHERINE (1994) The Myth of Repressed Memory.  St. Martin's Press.

The first book by a memory researcher.  One of the top books you must read.

  • Loney, Martin — The Pursuit of Division: Race, Gender, and Preferential Hiring in Canada (McGill-Queen's University Press, 1998).

The Toronto Globe and Mail, in an article "Radical feminism's feminist logic: It's not fascism when we do it!absurd legacy" (Friday, July 31, 1998) by Terence Corcoran describes how the Canadian tax payers will be saddled with the burden of compensating 200,000 female civil servants for being discriminated against in their pay schedules.  Following a decision by the Human Rights Tribunal, July 29, 1998, the total cost of the restitution may be in excess of $5 billion, with the average cost to tax payers in the order of $360 or about $600 for 90% of them.  "For most Canadians in middle or higher-income groups, the cost per family could easily run to more than $1,500."  The G&M article mentions Martin Loney and provides a short review of his book. "In an interview yesterday, Mr. Loney said the tribunal's decision is another step in the "ever more inventive quest to socially engineer society in a way that reflects the radical feminist (more accurately called redfem) premise that any indication that women are underrepresented anywhere in society or paid less than men has to be evidence of systemic discrimination."

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Note: If the term "radical feminism" (a.k.a. Marxist- or socialist-feminism) is somewhat new to you, you need to expand your knowledge.  After all, radical feminism, the currently controlling faction of feminism, governs just about everything that is happening in your life.  See,

Carey Roberts column

Carey Roberts is an analyst and commentator on political correctness. His best-known work is an exposé on Marxism and the roots of radical feminism.

Carey Roberts' best-known work, his exposé on Marxism and the roots of radical feminism, is not necessarily easy to find, but this link will help with that. (Some of the URLs for the article series appear to keep changing.  For that reason the identified link leads to an Internet search for the series.  The first or second link in the return list will most likely lead you to the series.)

  • Loth, Wilfried, and Bernd-A. Rusinek (Hg.) — Politics of Transformation: NS Elites in the West-German Post-War Society (In German: Verwandlungs-Politic: NS-Eliten in der Westdeutschen Nachkriegs-Gesellschaft; Wilfried Loth, Bernd-A. Rusinek (Hg.); Frankfurt/Main; New York: Campus Verlag; 1998; ISBN 3-593-35994-4) Comments and excerpts (in English)

  • Lott, John R.,  Jr., and Larry Kenny — How Dramatically Did Women’s Suffrage Change the Size and Scope of Government? Law School, University of Chicago; John M. Olin Law & Economics Working paper No. 60 2nd Series.

The paper can be downloaded without charge (209 kB PDF file)

The Social Science Research Network Electronic Paper Collection (Abstract)

If you have problems downloading the paper, let me know, and I'll send you a copy.

  • Lynch, Thomas — The Undertaking-Life: Studies from the dismal trade (Review by Dean Hughson)

  • Lyndon, Neil — No More Sex War

  • Lyster, Mimi E. — Child Custody - building parenting arrangements that work - (1996)

  • Machtan, Lothar — The Hidden Hitler (2001, Basic Books, ISBN 0-465-04308-9)

From the book jacket: ....The Hidden Hitler documents the homosexual milieu in which the young Hitler lived and thrived from his early years in Vienna, through the beginnings of his political career in Munich, and during his years as the F—hrer.  Machtan documents a succession of homosexual and homosexually inclined men among Hitler's most intimate friends and supporters, including August Kubizek, Rudolf H—usler, Reinhold Hanish, Ernst Schmidt, Ernst R—hm, Dietrich Eckart, Rudolf Hess, Emil Maurice, "Putzi" Hanfst—ngl, and Kurt Ludecke.  Of these, Eckart and R—hm were pivotal to his entry into politics.  Machtan also unearths surprising new documents that attest to Hitler's homosexuality in those early years....While it is doubtful that Hitler was sexually active in any way (gay or straight) after 1933 [he appears to have been sexually impotent by then —WHS], his homosexual past, nevertheless, was his Achilles' heel.  It threatened him politically and left him open to blackmail by his most intimate associates.  The assassination of Ernst R—hm, along with roughly 150 other men over a four day period in 1934, served as a chilling message to all with knowledge, or access to knowledge, about the F—hrer's past life....

  • Mack, Dana — The Assault on Parenthood

  • Malcolm, J. George — Riding the Donkey Backwards: Men as the Unacceptable Victims of Marital Violence by

Malcolm George from The Journal of Men's Studies, Volume 3, Number 2, November 1994, (p. 137-159). This is also available in PDF format. This is a superb survey of the literature and research on domestic violence and lists a huge number of studies that contradict most of the major planks by which domestic violence is distorted as being a man-to-woman problem only. This should be read before things like the Health Canada dismissal of domestic violence with male victims to realise how much of the government position is belief, and how little is really researched.

  • Malthus, T.R. Winch, Donald (ed.) Malthus: An Essay on the Principle of Population

Details at http://www.cup.org/Titles/419/0521419549.html
Review by Bruce McGovern

  • Mason, Mary Ann — From Fathers Property to Childrens Rights - the history of child custody in the United States, (1994)

  • Mathews, Frederick, Ph.D. — " The Invisible Boy: Revisioning the Victimization of Male Children and Teens" (March 1996, Health Canada); contains a number of references to, and quotes information from, a good number of studies that were done on the subject of sexual abuse experienced by boys, a crime very frequently committed by women and severely underreported.

  • McCall, Patricia L. and Kenneth C. Land — "Trends in White Male Adolescent, Young-Adult, and Elderly Suicide: Are There Common Underlying Structural Factors?" (Social Science Research 23 (1994): 57-81)

"A family structure index - a composite index based on the annual rate of children involved in divorce and the percentage of families with children present that are female-headed - is a strong predictor of suicide among young adult and adolescent white males."

  • McCarthy, Peter, Janet Walker and Noel Timms — Mediation: the making and remaking of cooperative relationships - (1994)

  • McLean, Alistair — The Lonely Sea, Collected Short Stories (About men at sea, rescues from sinking ships, etc.), Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York, 1986, ISBN 0-385-23596-8, 226 pages, hardcover

  • McLean, Candis — The growing-out-of-men phase

"In the movie Manhattan, film-maker Woody Allen sought to emphasize how pathetic his protagonist was by having his fictional wife divorce him for another woman. In real life, a growing number of husbands are seeing their families destroyed by 'trendy lesbianism.' A side-effect of trendy homosexuality — Straight ex-spouses are left in the dust when their mates swap orientations"
(Article in the June 1, 1998 on-line edition of the Alberta Report.  See also Erin Pizzey's poem Aerobics)

The information and analysis given in this book will undoubtedly upset, even anger, some readers. But if the history contained in these pages is disturbing to both the reader and ourselves, we urge that the blame be directed toward those who made it, not those who published it. — Gary North, John Birch Society

  • Mead, Margaret — Male and Female: A Study of the Sexes in a changing World, 1949

Review by Bruce McGovern

  • Meteyard, Barry and Thomas Lindstein — What works in family mediation: mediating residence and contact disputes (1996)

  • Michael, Robert T., John H. Gagnon, Edward O. Laumann, and Gina Kolata, Sex in America: A Definitive Survey (Little, Brown, 1994)

  • Miller, Stuart — Men and Friendship

  • Mitchell, Brian — Weak Link: The Feminization of the American Military, 1989, ISBN 0-89526-555-9

Review by Bruce McGovern

  • MOIR, A. and JESSEL, D., Brain Sex: the Real Difference between Men and Women, Carol Publishing Group (1991)

Quotations from Brain Sex

  • Morgan, Patricia — Farewell to the Family  [IEA] 194 pages; softcover; US$9

(Available in North America from Laissez Faire Books, 202-938 Howard St., San Francisco, CA 94103) Review )
The book is hard to find in book stores.  If you have no luck, call Jeff, (215) 925-2762.

  • Morrison, Alan — DAUGHTERS OF BABYLON — Rebellion, Witchcraft and Women's Liberation

  • Morton, F.L., Ph.D. & Rainer Knopff, Ph.D. —  The Charter Revolution & The Court Party (2000, Broadview Press, ISBN 1-55111-089-X)

It will do a lot to help you understand how the justice system got to where it is if you read this book.  It traces the history of the evolution of charter rights and how they have become subverted to make the justice system as capricious as it is now, driven by liberal, politically activist justices.  Review

  • Moynihan, D. P. — The Negro Family: the Case for National Action

  • Murray, Charles — Losing Ground

  • Myers, Bob — Parenting Teenagers  (1996)


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Posted 2001 12 07
Updates:
2003 10 14 (made entry for The Invisible Boy)
2003 11 03 (added entry for Politics of Transformation)
2004 03 13 (added entry for The Hidden Hitler)