Wages for Housework

Fairbairns, Zoë

Publisher:  New Internationalist
Date Written:  01/03/1988
Year Published:  1988  
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX7938

'If women were paid for all they do, there'd be a lot of wages due', sang women campaigners in the 1970s. But demanding money for unpaid domestic work is a sad indictment of the Women's Movement, argues Zoë Fairbairns - because it demonstrates that feminists have lost the battle to force men to do their share of the cleaning.

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