Susan Faludi | Critical Review by Suzanne Fields

This literature criticism consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis & critique of Susan Faludi.
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Critical Review by Suzanne Fields

SOURCE: “Betrayal of the American Women,” in Insight on the News, Vol. 15, No. 42, November 15, 1999, pp. 48-9.

In the following review, Fields offers a negative evaluation of Stiffed.

Stiffed is the brave new word to describe the betrayal of the American man. Poor babies. The pressure of postmodern masculinity is too much for them. The American male suffers from premature emasculation.

This is an idea that only could be written by a woman who dismisses personal responsibility as a guide to action. Susan Faludi, in her best-selling book Stiffed, seeks to put the blame everywhere but at the center of a man’s character. She accuses both feminists and the family-values folk for cutting the male down to size.

Feminists, according to her thesis, say that men are threatened because they must confront female dominance. Conservatives...

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