Tammy Bruce was elected president of the Los Angeles chapter of NOW when she was twenty-seven years old, making her the youngest person to have ever occupied that office. Since that seven year period (1990 - 1996), she has appeared on numerous radio broadcasts and has written three books.
"The Death Of Right And Wrong," is a well-written and informative political/social commentary written by Tammy Bruce. This book explores American culture and how issues are presented in the media. Ms. Bruce explains politcal agendas of some organizations such as NOW in straighforward and intelligent language.
The National Organization For Women is no longer truly a feminist movement. It has become a movement with no purpose. A movement, it seems, to eliminate men. Ms. Bruce writes on the current NOW organization in ch. 3 of "The Death Of Right And Wrong." In this chapter Ms. Bruce examines how the organization began, lists the progresses that were made possible for women because of the movement's efforts, then introdudes the movement's current standing on some issues.
The men's movement of the "Promise Keepers," seemed to have ruffled a few feathers at NOW. NOW also defended quite stringently the woman who drowned her five children in 2001, Andrea Yates. Also, in this section, Ms. Bruce sites the current NOW defense strategy against assailing pornography. Ms. Bruce summarizes these attitudes by NOW with this closing paragraph; "Supporting a murderer of children and ignoring the bane of pornography, while demonizing a Christian organization that is devoted to getting men by the hundreds of thousands to become better husbands---that is NOW today. And our stroll through the looking glass with the new feminists has just begun."
This book is a must read for anyone who is even remotely concerned with their life and the society in which they live it.