chapter  4
Gender Gap in Foreign Policy Beliefs?
ByNancy E. Mcglen, Meredith Reid Sarkees
Pages 29

A polyphonic chorus of female voices whose disparate melodies are discernable sounds in the land. Among the voices are latter day Antigones (“Hell no, I won’t let him go”), traditional women (“I don’t want to be unprotected and men are equipped to do the protection”), the home-front bellicist (“go man, go and die for our country”), the civicly incapacitated (“I don’t rightly know”), women warriors (“I’m prepared to fight, I’d like to kick a little ass”), and women peacemakers (“Peace is a women’s way”).