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On Killing Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 1, Killing and the Existence of Resistance: A World of Virgins Studying Sex: Chapter 1, Fight or Flight: Posture or Submit Summary

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Section 1, Killing and the Existence of Resistance: A World of Virgins Studying Sex: Chapter 1, Fight or Flight: Posture or Submit Summary and Analysis

The author presents readers with his main prejudices. He expresses tremendous condemnation of divorce,as the results are always negative on children, causing there to be "something wrong with the children." He only believes in women working while their children are in school. He is also clearly prejudiced against the poor. Finally, the author of the book declares that violence on television and in the movies is to blame for increased violence. He clarifies his biases so readers will "know where he is coming from."

The author gets into the topic of killing. The first thing he shows readers is how much people do not want to...

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