In Defense of Women
H. L. MenckenISBN: 0486433889;
Book Description1918. Mencken, American newspaperman, editor and critic known for his excellence in framing insults aimed at anyone. Contents: The Feminine Mind; The War Between the Sexes; Marriage; Woman Suffrage; and The New Age. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.Download DescriptionTurn, for example, to the field in which the two sexes come most constantly into conflict, and in which, as a result, their habits of mind are most clearly contrasted--to the field, to wit,of monogamous marriage. Surely no long argument is needed to demonstrate the superior competence and effectiveness of women here, and therewith their greater self-possession, their saner weighing of considerations, their higher power of resisting emotional suggestion.