Why feminist, Marxist, and anti-racist economists should be feminist-Marxist-anti-racist economists
This paper argues for a feminist-Marxist-anti-racist economics. First, it puts forward a set of central defining features of Marxian economics. Then it argues that feminist and anti-racist economists need to work within the Marxist theoretical framework in order to realize their feminist and anti-racist goals. Next it argues that feminist economists should also be anti-racist. Finally, it argues that Marxist economists need to incorporate feminism and anti-racism into their theory and politics if they are to understand the dynamics of capitalism and adequately envision and advocate for a liberatory socialist alternative.
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Volume (Year): 2 (1996)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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