Good men are born then made better by great fathers and mothers.
Few books stand the test of time. George Gilder’s “Sexual Suicide” is one of them.
A man grapples with the painful and enduring consequences of leaving a good wife and loving family for another woman.
This last, extraordinarily moving love letter by a Civil War soldier to his wife is a remarkable mix of devotion to loved ones and commitment to principles larger than oneself. It is the very essence of manliness.