The Legal Subjection of Men

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Good Press, Dec 8, 2020 - Fiction - 53 pages
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The Legal Subjection of Men was a book written in response to feminist ideas gaining popularity at the beginning of the 20th century. The name of the book is an allusion to John Stuart Mill's famous work "The Subjection of Women." The presented here work is an answer to the ideas expressed in "The Subjection of Women" and the claims there is discrimination against men in the legal system. It is a very interesting work in terms of the history of feminist and anti-feminist movements.
 

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Preface
Nonmatrimonial Privileges Of Women
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