Selma James, proponent of the idea of "Wages for Housework", is interviewed by WBAI's Nanette Rainone. James discusses the American vs. the European reception to the idea of wages for housework, the performance of prescribed sex roles and the reproduction of the labor force, and how to move from the unwaged work of housewives to the refusal of work altogether.
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