This study of women in the Yugoslav revolution was inspired by a short quotation from Schumpeter (1942, 1947) with which I have been in dispute for the last five or six years:

Social structures, types and attitudes are coins that do not readily melt. Once they are formed, they persist, possibly for centuries, and since different structures and types display different degrees of ability to survive, we almost always find that the actual group and national behavior more or less depart from what we would expect it to be if we tried to infer it from the dominant forms of the productive process.