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Sexual Subordination and State Intervention

Sexual Subordination and State Intervention
  • Author: R. Amy Elman
  • Publisher: Berghahn Books
  • ISBN: 1571810722
  • Page: 146
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By contrast, the American state is more permeable to the interests of women (as women) in instances where those interests are not economically determined.

By contrast, the American state is more permeable to the interests of women (as women) in instances where those interests are not economically determined. By focusing on issues specific to women, this study transcends the emphasis on class which is the traditional basis for social reforms and discussions of the state. Thus, it establishes a more comprehensive comparative political perspective than those presently offered by political analysts concerned with public policy and state structure.


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