The End Of Equality: Work, Babies And Women's Choices In 21st Century Australia

By: Summers Anne

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Milsons Point: Random House Australia P/L, 2003. 327 pages. Book appears to have hardly been read and is in As new condition throughout. What happened to the once proudly proclaimed equality of opportunity for Australian women? Why do so many in the first decade of the 21st century feel exhausted and trapped, discouraged and disheartened? Is there real choice in women's lives today? Summers confronts these questions and the diverse realities of Australian women's lives today, showing how their economic, political and social well-being has been steadily and systematically undermined over the past ten years. Her conclusions are alarming, even shocking.. First Edition. Paperback. As New/None Issued.

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