Future Insecure: Women and Income Maintenance under a Third Tory Term

Feminist Review 27 (1):9-16 (1987)
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Abstract

The Conservative Manifesto has to be scoured for policies which might improve the lives of women as a sex. There is a section on animal welfare but nothing on the welfare of women. Little attention is paid to women's special problems either at work or as carers in the home. Yet much Conservative social policy depends on women as unpaid carers. (St-John Brooks, 1987)

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