For many East Europeans living in societies where, after communism, women are tired of bearing the double burden of housework and paid work and are unimpressed with the ‘egalitarian’ principles of full employment, the idea of ‘feminism’ must be redefined by Jirina Siklova IT is by now a clichÈ that the 1989 revolutions, by opening […]

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