With less money and less regulation, post-communist governments are unwittingly helping to further undermine the rights of women by Zsuzsa Ferge BUDAPEST/VIENNA-In theory, the state and the market are gender-blind; in practice, they are not. Feminist analysts, such as Patricia Williams, have shown that gender biases are built into society. That critique was valid for […]

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