Feminism, Careers & the Family: Who Has Gained? Who Has Lost?
by Allan Carlson
The modern history of “women’s liberation” can be read as a tale of increasing human bondage and female submission to the corporate state.
By “corporate state,” I mean the union of the giants—big business and big government—who, whatever their surface disagreements, share a deep and lasting interest in the weakening of family bonds and the disappearance of the autonomous home.
Before expanding on my argument, I want to add two caveats: First, I am not very concerned, here, with the attitudes and fate of the wealthiest 5 to 10 percent of the populatio . . .
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