dual systems (to Justin from Tom)
jschwart at freenet.columbus.oh.us
Tue Nov 8 20:47:57 MST 1994
On Tue, 8 Nov 1994 tgs at cunyvms1.gc.cuny.edu wrote:
> I think we're basically in agreement on the main points in this discussion.
If you say so.
> to follow up, and extend my analogy with other adaptations:
> Language is important. To use words like exploitation and imperialism
> in their broad sense is fine--in ordinary conversation. But in political
> economy, we need to define them narrowly. here is another example:
> during the Hitler-Stalin pact, Schachtman et al. concluded that Stalinism
> was "imperialist" like Nazism.
I was talking about "exploitation" and thought I had argued that women are
in a technical sense exploited, i.e. perform forced uncompensated surplus
labor (for men).
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