Philip Cohen

University of Maryland

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Professor of Sociology at the University of Maryland and blogger at Family Inequality

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The new book,  The End of Men (and the Rise of Women) , claims that the women's movement has finally paid off.

Is This the 'End of Men?'

The new book, The End of Men (and the Rise of Women) , claims that the women's movement has finally paid off.

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