Books by Andrew Kimbrell

Released: Aug. 1, 1995

"There are a few circular arguments and some repetition, but Kimbrell does seem to arrive at solutions that bolster men without having to denigrate women."
Kimbrell's prescription for the "grim condition of the American male" involves what he calls a gender revolution, one based on the rediscovery of masculinity as "a primal generative and creative force." Read full book review >
Released: May 1, 1993

"Kimbrell sends a meaningful message—but at the price of dismissing any good to come from genetics research in favor of pietistic nay-saying."
Given the title here, as well as the foreword by Jeremy Rifkin (biotechnology's most ardent antagonist), readers are well advised concerning the content of this polemic by the policy director of Rifkin's Foundation on Economic Trends. Read full book review >