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


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




  • Kammer, Jack — If Men Have All the Power How Come Women Make the Rules: and other radical thoughts for men who want more fairness from women (No publisher could be found for this book, therefore the author made it available for free on the Net)

  • Jack Kammer says, in announcing this book:

    Since the book touches on an array of issues quickly, it makes a good introduction to the men's movement.  Maybe you have friends who know you're interested in the subject, but who don't really understand why you care so much.  This book is perfect for them.

    So I invite you to take a copy.  It's available free on the Internet at http://www.RulyMob.com (translation into French).  All I ask is that you send your comments after you read it.

    It can be printed or read entirely on-screen. It is light and breezy, attractively formatted, has colorful pictures and takes only about 75 minutes to read cover to cover.

    I hope you and your friends have fun with "If Men Have All the Power How Come Women Make the Rules."  And I hope it helps spread the idea that men have important issues, too.

    Best Regards,

    Jack Kammer

    All I can add to that is to recommend that you do as Jack Kammer asks.  Get your copy off the Net (a PDF file of about 287kB), read it, enjoy it, give copies to your friends and discuss the issues addressed in the book.  Talk about them a lot.  It'll make a difference.  The book will give you ideas on what to say.  

    • Kammer, Jack — Good Will Toward Men (Hardcover, February 1994, St Martins Pr (Trade); ISBN: 0312104715)

    • Kassian, Mary — The Feminist Gospel

    • Kelly, Joan B. — A Decade of Divorce Mediation Research: some answers and questions -  (1996)

    • Kenny, Larry and John R. Lott, Jr. — 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.

    • Kilpatrick, William K. — Why Johnny Can't Tell Right from Wrong

    • Kinsey Alfred , Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (W.B. Saunders, 1948)

    • Kirsta, Alix — Deadlier Than the Male

    • Knights, E. and S. Cox — Child Support Handbook 1997-98. 5th ed - (1997)

    • Knopff, Rainer, Ph.D. & Morton, F.L., 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   Full text of Chapter 1

    • Kors, Alan and Harvey Silverglate ''The Shadow University'' (Free Press)

    Is free speech still alive at our universities?  Not anymore, according to a review by Jeff Jacoby, Globe Columnist, 10/19/98, "From Free Speech to Speech Codes on American Campuses" in which he calls "The Shadow University" a "blistering new book."

    by Marilyn I. Kwong, Kim Bartholomew and Donald G, Dutton from the Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science (1999), 31:3  (p. 150-160). This is also available in PDF format. This is a reanalysis of the data from the Kennedy and Dutton study (1987) that was used so strenuously in produing "protection of women" laws in Canada. Guess, what? Violence levels are reciprocal and not sex specific. The bidirectionality of violence is seen in the same proportions — close to equal — as seen in other studies around the world.

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    Posted 2001 12 07