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Author Crittenden, Ann.

Title The price of motherhood : why the most important job in the world is still the least valued / Ann Crittenden.

Imprint New York : H. Holt & Co., 2002.

Call No.HQ759 .C924 2002 Library has more than one copy.
LocationMoore Stacks

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 Moore Stacks  HQ759 .C924 2002    Available  ---
Edition 1st Owl Books ed.
Description 323 p. ; 21 cm.
Note Originaly published: New York : Metropolitan Books, 2001.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. [275]-303) and index.
Contents Where we are now -- A conspiracy of silence -- How mothers' work was "disappeared" : the invention of the unproductive housewife -- The truly invisible hand -- The mommy tax -- The dark little secret of family life -- What is a wife worth? -- Who really owns the family wage? -- Who pays for the kids? -- The welfare state versus a caring state -- The toughest job you'll ever love -- An accident waiting to happen -- "It was her choice" -- Conclusion : how to bring children up without putting women down.
Subject Motherhood -- United States.
Motherhood -- Economic aspects -- United States.
Mothers -- United States -- Economic conditions.
Mothers -- United States -- Social conditions.
ISBN 0805066195 (pbk.) : $15.00