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"This imaginatively written volume is essential reading for all who want to learn about the feminist revolution in economic thought. Accessible to nonspecialists and students from all fields, this book shows how gender, race, nation, and class interact in economic systems to influence human well-being."
--Diana Strassman, Professor of the Practice, Senior Research Fellow, and Editor, Feminist Economics, Rice University
"Feminism teaches us to think of the person in context: family, social and global. The atomism beloved of economics from the man's perspective melts away when you do that--and it's about time, too. "
--James Galbraith, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin