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Conservative Columnist Mona Charen on the Failings of Feminism

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In her new book, “Sex Matters: How Modern Feminism Lost Touch With Science, Love, and Common Sense,” conservative columnist Mona Charen explains why she thinks feminism has made women more vulnerable and less happy. Although she believes the sexes should be treated equally, Charen says pretending men and women are the same is naive and dangerous. Charen joins us to discuss where she believes feminism has gone wrong.


Mona Charen, National Review contributor, syndicated conservative columnist, senior fellow at The Ethics And Public Policy Center, author of "Sex Matters: How Modern Feminism Lost Touch with Science, Love, and Common Sense"


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