Summary

Does the public/private divide enable the bourgeois public to maintain scrutiny of the state, according to Habermas? Does the public/private divide reflect different types of property, according to Pateman? Does it help protect society from the market, according to Polanyi? Does it reflect the dual dimensions of the commodity, according to Marx? Does this division make the system more resilient or more fragile? Do these divisions make the unity of society invisible, the truth ofThatchers declaration?

These issues will be addressed after an account of the emergence of the liberal state in Chapter 4.

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