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For some empirical evidence see Pateman, ‘The patriarchal welfare state’, pp. 241– 2. Pederson, ‘Gender, welfare, and citizenship in Britain during the Great War’, American Historical Review, 95 (4), 1990, p. 985. , p. 997. Dunn, Political Obligation in its Historical Context, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1980, p. 251. Walzer, Obligations: Essays on Disobedience, War and Citizenship, New York, Simon & Schuster, 1971, p. 176. Hobbes, Leviathan, ed. MacPherson, Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1968, p.
The large measure of formal equality now won by women still excludes ‘difference’ while leaving intact much of women’s inclusion through ‘difference’. Another major problem, however, is precisely that the terms of the argument have been framed as ‘equality’ and ‘difference’. There are good reasons for this, as my historical examples have been designed to show. The examples should also illustrate that the heart of the matter is not sexual difference but women’s subordination. ‘Equality’, like other central political categories, is a contested term; but whereas ‘equality’ in some of its possible meanings can encompass ‘difference’, no sense of ‘equality’ compatible with a genuinely democratic citizenship can accommodate subordination.