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Women, Work, & Fertility, 1900-1986
Susan Householder Van Horn (au). Changes in women’s roles & perceptions constitute one of the great watersheds in 20th-century American history. Exploring a large segment of time, the author blends statistics, anecdote, & interpretation to sketch a series of collective experiments by 20th-century women. She divides the book into 3 periods: the first era, from 1900 to 1940, when fertility rates were in decline & work rates for married women were on the rise; the baby-boom era, when both work & fertility rates rose; & the final period, including the years after 1960, which reveals a contemporary concern with work somewhat at the expense of motherhood.
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