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States, Markets, Families by O'Connor, Julia S., et al.
States, Markets, Families: Gender, Liberalism and Social Policy in Australia, Canada, Great Britain and the United States
by O'Connor, Julia S., et al.
 
Three leading figures in the field make this important contribution to debates about social policy and gender relations in an era of economic restructuring and market liberalism. Structured thematically and systematically comparative, the book analyzes three key policy areas: labor markets, income maintenance and reproductive rights. It explores the question of whether liberal states should intervene in workplaces or families to guarantee the rights and welfare of all individuals within them. The experiences of Canada, the UK, United States and Australia are the focus of the book.
 
Published 1999 by Cambridge, Paperback, 281 Pages, ISBN: 9780521638814, ISBN-10: 052163881X, List Price $62.00.

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