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Claims and activities associated with the men’s rights movement have been criticized and labeled hateful and unimportant by the Southern Poverty Law Center and some commentators. Some sectors of the movement have been described as misogynistic. The term “men’s rights” was used at least as early as February 1856 when it appeared in Putnam’s Magazine. Three loosely connected men’s rights organizations formed in Austria in the interwar period. The League for Men’s Rights was founded in 1926 with the goal of “combatting all excesses of women’s emancipation”. The modern men’s rights movement emerged from the men’s liberation movement, which appeared in the first half of the 1970s when some scholars began to study feminist ideas and politics.