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  1. Do you think so? I’ll take your word for it, then. I’m very much looking forward to what my book club has to say about it, too! :)

    Heavens knows I’ve been steeped in truly excellent and thoughtful feminist works for so long that they’ve become somewhat second nature to me. OK, I’ll keep this book in mind for recommendations to folks relatively new to the subject, and thanks!

  2. I think it’s very possible that this book is still important for breaking through lifetimes worth of conditioning and getting people who do not understand the size and significance of the problem to see how truly large it is.

    When it was written, perhaps more people needed the big hammer than might today, but there’s still a lot of misunderstanding and lack of consideration that this is a problem that really needs attention.

    Sometimes, you need the big hammer.

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