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A Feminist Joan of Arc

May 24, 1987

In her review of Dworkin's "Intercourse," Janice Mall says more in one paragraph (the last one) than Dworkin obviously does in her entire book.

Although a male, I am totally repulsed by the boorish state this nation is in. I am confronted with blank stares when I say this, as if to say, "Hey, this is a free country, I'm pursuing happiness! Leave me alone!"

Why doesn't Mall expand her "terrifying analysis" into a book? Call it "The Book of Jolts": There's too much swept under the rug.

JOHN DAVID WILSON

Studio City

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