Rethinking Women’s Oppression: A Reply to Brenner and Ramas
Johanna Brenner and Maria Ramas, in their extensive engagement with Women’s Oppression Today  New Left Review 144 March/April 1984, pp. 33–71., have provided an opportunity for a reassessment of the arguments made there. In this reply I want to comment on what I now consider to be the weaknesses of the book as well as responding to the criticisms and alternative arguments that Brenner and Ramas have put forward.
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