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What do you suppose accounts for the astronomical rise of Patriarchy? Also, what was the development of Patriarchy for? Just what do you think it was trying to accomplish, if anything? Patriarchy seems too worldwide a phenomenon to have occurred by some trivial fluke or error, don't you think? (From reading radical feminist WebPages, one might even conclude that if feminism had been satisfactorily supplying the needs of people that patriarchy would have died stillborn.) Regards, Larry

Thanks for your note to FEMINIST.COM. To answer your question, I suggest you reference Phyllis Chesler's book appropriately named Patriarchy. I hope this helps to answer your many questions. Good luck with your quest to put an end to Patriarchy, I hope it is something that we all get to enjoy.
Amy

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