The Politics Of Women S Rights

The position of women in Britain has undergone significant changes since the war. They have won greater legal equality and, in principle, the right to equal pay, and more married women than ever go out to work. However, few women enter parliament and many work for extremely low wages. This book examines how much has changed and why. Focusing particularly on womens legal rights, their position at work and their access to political power, it asks how far women have achieved equality and to what extent they can determine their own lives and influence future conditions.

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