The War on Women by P.D. Lingenfelter Highby
An Ecological, Historical, Socio-Political, and Religious Synthesis

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Highby expertly cuts apart the 5000-year history of the war on women so that she can decode and explain the ancient - deliberately difficult and elitist – historical jargon for the sake of the intelligent general reader. Highby surprises us by showing how the war on women always played out as parallel to a war against Nature, as well as a class war. Therefore, the war devalues Nature, slaves, and lower-class men as well as women. This war influenced the Renaissance Spirit/Matter split with its witch burnings. It applies to current Darwinian versus Creationism arguments, too.

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Published March 6, 2013 by Xlibris. 116 pages
Genres: History, War. Non-fiction

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