Table of contents for Women in combat / Diane Andrews Henningfeld, book editor.

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1. Women Should Be Allowed to Serve in Combat Roles
J. Michael Brower
2. Women Should Not Be Allowed to Serve in Combat Roles
Phyllis Schlafly
3. Women Already Serve in Combat Roles Despite Ban
Ann Scott Tyson
4. Women Demonstrate Competence in Combat Roles
Henry J. Cordes
5. Physical Differences Make Women Incompetent in Combat Roles
Robert J. Caldwell
6. Women in Combat Roles Strengthen the U.S. Armed Services
Henderson Baker
7. Women In Combat Roles Weaken the U.S. Armed Services
George Neumayr
8. The Combat Exclusion Law Is Unconstitutional and Should Be Struck
Valerie K. Vojdik
9. The Combat Exclusion Law for Women Must Be Enforced
Elaine Donnelly
10. The Combat Exclusion Law Limits Women’s Military
Christopher Fulton
11. The Combat Exclusion Law Does Not Limit Women in the Military
Ellen Embrey
12. Banning Women From Combat Is Ethically Wrong
Erin Solaro
13. Placing Women in Combat Is Morally Wrong
R. Albert Mohler, Jr.
14. To Be Draftable, Women Must Be Allowed in Combat
Kalamazoo Gazette
15. Women Should Not Be Drafted, Nor Allowed in Combat
Robert L. Maginnis

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women in combat -- United States.