Nancy Fraser: ‘A Feminism Aimed at Liberating All Women Must Be Anti-Capitalist’

Nancy Fraser

In the fight for equality, not all feminisms are the same. Nancy Fraser speaks to Tribune about the power of popular feminism – and why its counterpart, managerial feminism, is a dead end.

Women's Day in Madrid. Credit: Pablo Blazquez Domingez / Getty Images

In the fight for equality, not all feminisms are the same. Few writers have been as clear on this point as Nancy Fraser, a critic of those feminisms that seek only to put more women in boardrooms and parliaments. Her recent book Feminism for the 99%, written with Cinzia Arruzza and Tithi Bhattacharya, instead argues […]

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