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Gender, Production, and 'the Transition to Capitalism': Assessing the Historical Basis for a Unitary Materialist Theory
New Proposals: Journal of Marxism and Interdisciplinary Inquiry
When socialist feminists discussed the potential and pitfalls of Marxism in the "domestic labour debate," the specific relationship between patriarchy and capital emerged as a defining concern. While offering a trenchant critique of orthodox Marxism, the tenor of the debate was highly abstract and theoretical, and largely ignored the question of capitalism's origins. Political Marxists, in contrast, have devoted fastidious attention to this question in their own attempt to renew historicalfatcat:mqpfp2zuhreehbstoyap2skfdi