There has been considerable recent interest among feminist scholars in the implication for sex equality of the ideology of egalitarianism, but much of the debate about the nature of, and strategies for, the social emancipation of women has been confined to Western capitalist societies. State-socialist societies in Eastern Europe have been largely ignored by feminist scholarship in the West,1 despite the fact that these societies themselves have an ideology of egalitarianism that incorporates a concern for sex equality. This book attempts to remedy the deficiency.
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