Women and the Welfare State
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In light of the budget cuts and associated protests that have dominated political life in Canada through the 1990s and into the twenty-first century - and given the prominence of feminist groups in challenging these cuts - it may come as a surprise to many to find that feminists are ambivalent about the modern welfare state. This essay will argue that, from a feminist perspective, the social welfare state mirrors the conflicting attitudes and paradoxical expectations of society with regard to women.
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