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Jonah Goldberg

American columnist, editor of National Review Magazine


Since the 1960s, activist academics and ideologues popularized the idea that we can make human beings whatever we want them to be if we can just throw off a lot of cultural baggage. Nowhere did this idea gain greater footing than in the realm of sexual politics. Feminists rejected the idea there was anything inherently different between men and women.

May 3, 2001 - from "A Lesson in the Obvious", published by Tribune Media Services