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This e-book provides a special perception into the paintings Herge had performed at the final tintin ebook earlier than his dying. on the finish, Tintin is set to be forged right into a dwelling sculpture through a mysterious enemy - one final cliffhanger for the world's top enjoyed journalist. a long time 7+.
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10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 Page v For my children Joshua Colin Nadja "Wait just a moment, Nettie, till mamma finishes this page," said Ruth, dipping her pen again into the old stone inkstand. Fanny Fern, Ruth Hall Page vii Contents List of Abbreviations ix Prologue xi Introduction: Child Care and Social Citizenship for Women 1 1 The Multiple Origins of American Child Care 11 2 The Road Not Taken: A Turning Point in Policies Toward Wage-Earning Mothers 50 3 Studied Neglect: Federal Inaction in the 1920s 91 4 Uncle Sam's Cradles: New Deal and Wartime Policies 118 5 Should Mothers Work?
S. Women's Bureau WCTU Women's Christian Temperance Union WHC White House Conference WIN Work Incentive Program WPA Works Progress Administration Page xi Prologue American mothers have invented many ways to care for their children while they work. Native Americans strapped newborns to cradle boards or carried them in woven slings. Colonial women placed small children in standing stools or go-gins to prevent them from falling into the fireplace. Pioneers on the midwestern plains laid infants in wooden boxes fastened to the beams of their plows.
Notable by their absence, however, are the parents of the children. In 1863, the fathers are presumably off at war; in the 1854 scenario, they are not mentioned at all. Both accounts concede that the mothers are forced to work in order to survive, but they also implicitly indict these women for leaving their children neglected and forlorn. With the formation of the charitable day nursery, a dyad is created between benefactress and child that, in effect, excludes the mother. The nursery will ostensibly benefit mothers as well as children.
Tintin and Alph-Art (The Adventures of Tintin 24) by Hergé