MacKinnon describes how both Marxism and feminism provide accounts of the way social arrangements and hierarchies can be rational and systematic, yet, at the same time, unjust. She describes how “sexuality” --like “work”-- is social constructed in a manner that sustains hierarchal relationships and how “sexuality” continues to sustain that hierarchy. She asks: “How does male power become state power. Can such a state be made to serve the interests of those upon whose powerlessness its power is erected?
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