Shoot the Women First
|Shoot the Women First|
|Dewey Decimal||303.6/25/019 20|
|LC Class||HV6431 .M332 1992|
Shoot the Women First is a 1991 book by Eileen MacDonald.
The book, a collection of interviews, is based on the author's encounters with female terrorists. Her book analyzes the subjects, their reasons, and their modus operandi. Named after advice supposedly given to the sharpshooters in Germany's GSG 9 anti-terrorist squad, Shoot the Women First is based on some of the world's most notorious female terrorists (Leila Khaled and Kim Hyon Hui), and sets out to destroy what the author sees as stereotypical myth and male fantasy surrounding such women, that they are either gun-toting lesbian feminists or misguided pawns.
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