This is the best article I've seen on the headcovering. It is well written and well researched, and it relies on facts rather than emotion, which I like. Disclaimer: he does mention briefly the (unbiblical) presupposition that "the gifts" have ceased, but that one statement doesn't ruin the main body of work.
I'm not done yet (it's a long article) but my favorite line so far is:
...women do indeed understand the symbolism of the head covering. This understanding is usually expressed in hatred and contempt for the sign of submission. The reason for the angry opposition to head coverings is not because women have a natural hatred of hats and veils, but because of their sinful opposition to what the cloth covering represents--the subordination of the woman. We do not find the modern spirit of feminism in godly Rebecca who puts on her veil in the presence of Isaac as a token of subjection (Gen. 24: 65).Oh, I found another fault - for some reason he dismisses the foot washing without qualm.
Whew, I finished it! That was quite a chore with all the interruptions - I mean, children - I mean other things going on.
So I found two sentences that I disagreed with; that's a 99.5% agreement rate, so I still say it's a very good article.
If you've ever wondered why I wear a headcovering, take the time to read the article, or at least skim it. Any attempts at brevity only add confusion, I'm afraid.