Demanding child care: women's activism and the politics of welfare, 1940-71

Californians secure wartime child care -- Postwar hopes: the fight for permanent child care, 1945-47 -- Child care "is a state problem": working mothers and educators take action, 1947-51 -- "We need to stand together": Theresa Mahler, Mary Young, and the coalition's victory...

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Main Author: Fousekis, Natalie Marie
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: Urbana [u.a.] University of Illinois Press 2011
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Summary:Californians secure wartime child care -- Postwar hopes: the fight for permanent child care, 1945-47 -- Child care "is a state problem": working mothers and educators take action, 1947-51 -- "We need to stand together": Theresa Mahler, Mary Young, and the coalition's victory in the 1950s -- "We do not consider ourselves welfare cases": education-based child care and low-income working families, 1958-65 -- A different kind of welfare state: California's child care coalition in the age of protest, 1966-71
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references (p. [217]-236) and index
Physical Description:XIV, 245 S. Ill. 25 cm
ISBN:0252036255
9780252036255
9780252079245