In a Time of Fallen Heroes by Betcher/pollack

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Over the past three decades, women have strived to find and articulate their own true nature. In this thoughtful and challenging work, two Harvard psychiatrists attempt to do something similar for men, to redefine masculinity without swagger, resentment, or a false sense of correctness.
 

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Published July 9, 1993 by Scribner. 320 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Men and women are essentially different--historically, biologically, culturally, psychologically--according to Harvard Medical School psychiatrists Betcher (coauthor, The Seven Basic Quarrels of Marriage, 1991, etc.) and Pollack.

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The day of John Wayne and the Marlboro Man is over, assert psychologists Betcher ( Intimate Play ) and Pollack, both on staff at the Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital.

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