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As institutionalists might predict, the backlash against socialist states’ official policy of women’s emancipation after 1989 resulted in notions of men and women’s equality being shunned in most Eastern and Central European states, and the differences between them being played up everywhere. However, feminist scholars attribute the significance of gender in postsocialist transitions to the introduction of capitalist social relations as well as to these institutional socialist legacies (see Gal and Kligman 2000).
Incomes thus tended to rise at a far greater speed than did supply under the system of planning (Nove 1991: 76–78; Kornai 1992). Between 1948 and 1971, for example, Czechoslovakia’s Gross National Product (GNP) continued to gradually increase while the percentage share of personal consumption decreased markedly. Personal consumption registered a smaller proportion of GNP in 1971 than during the interwar period, 1919–39 (Mieczkowski 1975). However, while these statistics convey a relative decline in consumption, they hide the reality that women were supplementing family consumption through their unpaid work in the informal economy.
Following Engels, one of the first tasks of the new socialist regimes in postwar Eastern Europe was to legislate principles of women’s equal rights. As feminists have argued, socialism was always a gendered as well as a class project. The legal changes prompted by state socialism prepared the ground for assimilating all women into the laboring class (see Lampland 1990). In Czechoslovakia women already constituted more than 30 percent of the labor force in the 1930s, but the state socialist transformation integrated them en masse into the labor force (Teichova 1988).
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