(13) Prime Minister Tymoshenko publicly announced the intent to reprivatize
up to 3000 enterprises, but President Yushchenko disagreed, and the list was drastically reduced (to 20-30 enterprises according to Aslund 2009).
The filing was made in connection with litigation, which was ongoing at issuance, related to a complex deal made in 2005 to reprivatize
If President Trump does ultimately reprivatize
student loans, consumer protections would likely disappear, and the cost of borrowing would rise.
Consider the hypocrisy: now the Cuban government wants to "reprivatize
" many of these very same properties.
The instability of the home that results from Godwin's efforts to reprivatize
what has been made visible can usefully be compared to the difficulty with which private life returns following public scandal in the sensation novel.
In a context in which little governmental attention is devoted to sexual violence or gender-based disadvantage as objects of policy intervention, SAC/RCCs engage in diverse forms of political and social activism, raising social awareness of sexual violence, and challenging the thrust of policies and frameworks that reprivatize
and individualize this collective social problem.
The conservative attempts to roll back the Sixties sought to reprivatize
social concerns, to once more identify the family and privatized production and consumption as the proper sphere of individuals' attention.
Economic reforms have also been hampered by political conflict, including over an effort to reprivatize
firms sold to the previous regime's cronies at very low prices.
This general acceptance of violence in care work sites is part of a much larger, uncoordinated, but decisive trend to reprivatize
social responses to violence against women.
purpose, there is no reason to reprivatize
When--and only when--the government develops the will and ability to reprivatize
promptly and honestly, it could make sense to both prosecute corporate thieves and to renationalize companies that were, for all practical purposes, stolen.
In 1950, David Riesman, in The Lonely Crowd, noted the cultural anxiety about gender roles and observed that efforts were underway to "reprivatize
women by redefining their role in some comfortably domestic and traditional way."(6) For many thoughtful people of this generation, the growth of a monolithic State seems to have called into question not only the nature of the relationship between the American citizen and government but familiar distinctions between public and private life, between civilization and nature, and finally between men and women--distinctions upon which the social contract, that agreement among stipulated equals that underlies liberal-democratic forms of government like our own, is founded.(7)