Men on Strike
Why Men Are Boycotting Marriage, Fatherhood, and the American Dream - and Why It Matters
The second edition of one of the most important books of this decade concerning men's issues.By Helen Smith, PhD Read by Susan Boyce Contemporary / Nonfiction / Social Issues / Social Science`strong> English, Unabridged 5h 16m Sell Sheet Also available on
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American society has become anti-male. Men are sensing the backlash and are responding. They're dropping out of college, leaving the workforce, and avoiding marriage and fatherhood at alarming rates. The trend is so pronounced that a number of books have been written about this "man-child" phenomenon, concluding that men have taken a vacation from responsibility. But why should men participate in a system that seems to be increasingly stacked against them? As Men on Strike demonstrates, men aren't dropping out because they are stuck in arrested development; they are acting rationally in response to the lack of incentives society offers them to be responsible fathers, husbands, and providers. In addition, men are going on strike, either consciously or unconsciously, because they do not want to be injured by the myriad of laws, attitudes, and hostility against them for the crime of happening to be male in the twenty-first century. Men are starting to fight back. Men on Strike explains their battle cry.