Uneasy Males by Edward L Gambill (Full Book)

Uneasy Males by Edward L Gambill (Full Book)
Note from Robert St Estephe: I've got good news to share. I've come across a superb - yet virtually unknown - book, written by a professional historian, which traces in detail the complex development of the "men's movement" (a category which includes the men's rights movement) in the United States from 1970 to 2000. The author, Edward L Gambill, was professor of history at St Cloud State University, St Cloud, Minnesota. He wrote the book after retirement and passed away at the age of 77 in 2010, five years after its publication.

I'm going to cut to the chase: If you are a serious Men's Human Rights activist or advocate, you need this book. (Full review.)

Uneasy Males is a self-published book, even though the book is written by a professional scholar, with a full biography, containing rare documentation, and bearing a nuanced analysis of the subject it covered. That's because, predictably, the book was not picked up by any publisher.

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