Review by: Neil Altman, Author of The Analyst in the Inner City - September 7, 2005
"The Wimp Factor is a timely and incisive analysis of the contemporary American political situation. It integrates the personal and the political as Ducat forges links between insecure masculinity and the appeal of aggressive, 'lone ranger'-type leaders . . . . The Wimp Factor is not only an urgently needed guide but, indeed, a trail blazer."
Review: Publishers Weekly - September 7, 2005
"[Ducat's] fresh and complex insights may reach a new generation of swing voters."
Review by: Arlie Russell Hochschild, Author of The Commercialization of Intimate Life - September 7, 2005
"A deeply important insight in the hands of a gifted writer."
Review: Psychology Today - September 7, 2005
"Even those who disagree with Ducat's values can appreciate his skillful deployment of anecdotes, media, and wordplay."