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But, not to be too gloomy, there are what Raymond Williams called ‘resources of hope’ here. The desubordination of women has profoundly affected everyday life in the post-1960s decades through making the politics of the personal central to ‘family’ life and increasingly unavoidable at the workplace. Older forms of industrial struggle, as the 1984–85 Miners’ Strike graphically displayed, were transformed into struggles for lives and communities by the critical engagement of women – culture as a form of life.
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