volume 44, issue 2, P204-224 1996
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-954x.1996.tb00422.x
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Abstract: Abstract This paper re‐examines the debate about the class rationality of the working‐class demand for a family wage and argues that this issue cannot be resolved without considering the feasibility of alternative strategies. Existing accounts are criticized for their unrealistic treatment of these alternatives and the constraints upon them and particularly for their neglect of the influence of the policies of employers and the state upon working‐class strategies. The argument is supported by discussion of th…

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