How the Feminists Saved Marriage
Radical feminists once aspired, in the nameof women’s freedom, to abolish the institution of marriage. In the event, not only did they fail to do that, but the preservation of marriage became, in a way, the movement’s chief if wholly unintended accomplishment. What now threatens to end marriage is not feminism but something else, and that something may signal the end of the era of feminism as well.
But before entering these thickets, it may be worth stepping back for a moment.
About the Author
Sam Schulman reviewed God Is Not Great by Christopher Hitchens in our June issue. He is the publishing director of The American.