A substantial liberal feminist literature engages this tensionbetween associational liberty and possible state action aimed atremedying the way the current distribution of the burdens ofreproduction disadvantages women. Much of this literature draws on boththe liberal tradition within feminism and feminist work on caregiving(Barclay 2013; Bhandary 2010; Brighouse and Wright 2008; Engster 1995,2010; Gheaus 2009, 2012; Gornick and Meyers 2008; Hartley and Watson2012; Lloyd 1995, 1998; Robeyns 2007; Gheaus and Robeyns 2011; Wright2008).


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