The Logic of Another Time and Place: An Argument Relating to the History of Work Time
Part review, part sequel, this essay critiques the neoliberal-tinged argument presented by Huberman and Minns against the use of government policy in the “New World” to assist the shortening of working hours. It dissects the methodology used to support their argument and accesses New Zealand’s historical experience to challenge their findings and conclusions.
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