Christina Hoff Sommers

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Finn, Jr., Chester E. “Puppy-Dogs' Tails.” Commentary 110, no. 2 (September 2000): 68-71.

Asserts that The War against Boys forms a comprehensive reassessment of issues of gender-inequality within the educational system, as well as accurately identifies a problem that urgently needs solutions.

Fuehrer, Natalie. Review of The War against Boys, by Christina Hoff Sommers. Society 39, no. 2 (January-February 2002): 89-90.

Contends that The War against Boys is overly preoccupied with discussing statistics, and fails to address the importance of “moral guidance” in education.

Pinsker, Sanford. Review of Who Stole Feminism?, by Christina Hoff Sommers. Academic Questions 8, no. 1 (winter 1994-95): 80-5.

Asserts that Who Stole Feminism? is fair and full of common sense, praising Sommers for her critical analysis and “vigorous dissent.”

Young, Cathy. “Untainted by Testosterone.” Commentary 98, no. 3 (September 1994): 56-8.

Asserts that the emphasis on women's freedom of choice in Who Stole Feminism? makes it a positive and hopeful book, but believes that Sommers's discussions of theory are weak and fail to distinguish between different strains of feminist theory.

Additional coverage of Sommers's life and career is contained in the following sources published by Thomson Gale: Contemporary Authors, Vol. 153; Contemporary Authors New Revision Series, Vol. 95; and Literature Resource Center.

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