From Charity to Legitimate Need: The Postwar Years
This chapter discusses the most striking change related to day care and motherhood: how mothers were beginning to insist that they had a right to day care. The information presented in this chapter supports the argument that the postwar period was truly a time of change. During this time new ideas regarding the basic job of mothers appeared, which challenged the previous assumptions on which day care provision had previously been based.
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