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By Daniel Davis, The Daily Signal, August 01, 2019

Mass shootings like the one in California last weekend have caused many to wonder what’s going wrong with our young men. Warren Farrell has a book out on this. He calls it “the boy crisis.” Today, Farrell joins the podcast to explain what’s driving young men toward despair—and to outline a path to recovery. ….

Daniel Davis: I’m joined now in the studio by Dr. Warren Farrell. He is co-author of the book “The Boy Crisis: Why Our Boys Are Struggling and What We Can Do About It.”

Dr. Farrell, thanks for being here.

Warren Farrell: I’m looking forward to talking with you.

Davis: We’re recording this interview after a shooting in California, and it’s the kind of shooting that’s caused a lot of people to wonder. What is wrong with our young men? What’s going wrong with our boys?” They often seem angry, they lack purpose, and it shows up in things like this.

You write about what you call “the boy crisis” in your book. If you could encapsulate that in a nutshell, how would you describe it? ….

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