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The childhood we have lost: When siblings were caregivers, 1900-1970
Pollack, Eunice, 2002
Journal of Social History, 36(1), 31-61

A study exploring reported effects of sibling care and parent care upon the lives of 600 randomly selected working and lower middle class women, born between 1895 and 1940 who received therapy between 1930 and 1970 at fourteen outpatient clinics

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[Review of the book Children's interests/mothers' rights: The shaping of America's child care policy]
Horn, Margo, 2000
Journal of Social History, 34(2), 461-463

A review of a history of child care policy in the United States in the twentieth century

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[Review of the book Minding the children: Child care in America from the colonial times to the present]
Silver, Jonathan L., 1996
Journal of Social History, 30(1), 262-264

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[Review of the book A mother's job: The history of day care, 1890-1960]
Ladd-Taylor, Molly, 2000
Journal of Social History, 34(2), 463-465

A review of an examination of the influence of welfare, maternal employment, and attitudes toward family values on the transformation of child care from 1890 to 1960, based on records from child care centers in Philadelphia

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A social history of ideas pertaining to childcare in France and the United States
Burger, Kasper, Summer 2012
Journal of Social History, 45(4), 1005-1025

An examination of the historical trajectories of creches and day nurseries and of the relationship between ideas and institutions within historical contexts, with broad conclusions for both child care in the United States and in France

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