From the domestic hearth to the grinding gears of industry: Zetkin on women under capitalism (Part II)
From the domestic hearth to the grinding gears of industry: Zetkin on women under capitalism (Part II)

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  1. Anne

    Thanks Ben for that. I think I disagree with her on the economic role of the household unless she meant it as an economy, which perhaps she did. It just seems a bit like M & E’s view of the household being superseded by capitalism. Also Zetkin was very much in favour of organising housewives within the Communist Women’s Movement and thought some of her comrades had too narrow a focus on women who worked outside the home.

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