Hannah Rosin's The End of Men argues that a "new American matriarchy" is emerging in our homes. Cathy Young reports that the book has many flaws, from factual inaccuracies to missing perspectives. And yet it is worth reading, both for its reportage and for its insights, even if you'll want to take some of the author's statements with a grain of salt.
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