While it’s only 61 pages documenting how damaged American society has become because of feminism and leftist ideologies, Krason’s work suggests hope despite the frightful state of American culture.
Key ideas after reading this book are: for men, maintain sexual self-control until you’re married with a woman, have sex with your wife, make babies with her, work hard, and raise them well; for women, do the same with your husbands.
The above paragraph is not a simplistic reduction of solutions for the vast problems destroying American life. Heterosexual normativity and morality worked throughout human history, and no propaganda from feminist zealots, abortion businesses like Planned Parenthood, or the Democratic Party (same things) can overcome essential human nature.
Some statistics which Krason provides are shocking. How many of us know that children attending day care “are at a 50-100% increased risk for contracting certain fatal or maiming diseases” (15)?
Or that “40 percent of all births in the U.S.” are to single parents (21)?
Or that the claim that 10% of the population is gay or lesbian is false, the true figures ranging in the single digits or below 1% (28)?
Or that “nonvirgin brides have a 60% greater chance of divorce than virgin brides” (39)?
Or that the feminist claim that women make a quarter less than a man’s dollar “is outright untrue” (45)?
Or that “of the 3.3 million reports [of child abuse] in 2009 only 14.4% were substantiated” (53)?
Or that “To underscore the ineffectiveness of classroom sex education, during one ten-year period in the 1970s to the early 1980s government funding for it increased by a massive 4,000% but teen pregnancies increased by 20%” (67)?
And these are only statistics which Krason cites. His explanations in each of the chapters are eminently readable and cogent.
Granted, most Americans have come not to trust “scholars”, those leftists in community colleges, colleges, or universities who indoctrinate our children with racist theories like “white privilege” and who try to eradicate 5,000 years of Jewish and Christian thinking with cancel culture mindlessness. However, Krason is one of those who deserve the title of scholar without quotation marks. His commentary is sound and always supported by eminent sources, 394 endnotes to be exact.
Highly recommended for parents, first, and students, next, people who want to know what’s wrong with divorce, fatherlessness, absent parents and day care, polygamy, the welfare state, artificial birth control (commonly called contraception), sex education, pornography, homosexuality, prostitution, cohabitation, feminism, sexual harassment, and the false allegations of child abuse (these topics being the order of the chapters) will be shocked by sixty years of feminism’s stranglehold on all aspects of our lives. Hopefully, the shock will change to anger and then motivation to work against these corruptions of human life.