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Reviewed by Philip Van Heusen for Readers' Favorite
What a novel idea! A male has written a book on feminism! That is just what Alvin Plexico did when he authored the book Feminism: One Man’s View. Alvin is not some whacko who rants and raves about feminism. He presents a fair and balanced view of feminism and how it developed. We all support proper treatment of others—including women—but many are afraid when they hear the word “feminism.” Alvin takes that fear away by the best method possible. Almost all fears can be conquered with knowledge. Alvin gives the reader a clear understanding of feminism and why it should be embraced with open arms. Reading the history of feminism and learning what it means will encourage approaching this topic rationally.
Alvin Plexico has authored a fascinating book in Feminism: One Man’s View. Alvin is a retired Navy officer who recognizes that, as a man, he will never fully understand the struggle women and feminism have. Therefore, Alvin writes with compassion and knowledge. He has studied the subject extensively. Alvin gives the movement’s history and short biographies of some of the outstanding leaders of the campaign. In the end, he shares quotations from women engaged in leadership positions in various industries. Alvin does not write argumentatively, but he shares facts some might find controversial. One of my cousins was the first feminist chaplain at Princeton University. I honestly believe she would put her stamp of approval on this book. Read this book for enlightenment and clarification. Until we all learn what it means to be equal, none of us is truly free.