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Mark Harvey and Norman Geras

one’s labour. We cannot give a detailed empirical account here, but these fiscal and legal frameworks have continuously co-evolved alongside, and in interaction with, the emergent economic organisation of relations of exchange, differentially affecting both the gendering of that compulsion and child labour, as well as the exchange of labour in general. And of course, this politicised compulsion to exchange is still changing to this day, and doing so in radically different ways, even across European economies of labour (for example, ‘workfare’). The dynamics of

in Inequality and Democratic Egalitarianism