Author: Kathryn Marshall

Hanna Rosin’s The End of Men Reviewed by: Kathryn Marshall

Contrary to what the eye-catching title suggests, this is not a book about the end of men. Rather, it’s a book about evolving gender roles and the incredible advances women have made, and what this means for society. Weaving together statistics and insightful interviews, Rosin presents a case that women haven’t just achieved the equality dreamed of by the feminist movements of the 60’s and 70’s, but they’ve now surpassed this goal and have pulled well ahead of men. However, in an age where female CEO’s and political leaders are still somewhat of a rarity, Rosin’s thesis seems premature and selectively pieced together.

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