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I do not mean to imply that the good old days were perfect. But the institutions and structure--the web--of society needed reform, ...
American family life has never been particularly idyllic. In the nineteenth century, nearly a quarter of all children experienced ...
In a famous Middletown study of Muncie, Indiana, in 1924, mothers were asked to rank the qualities they most desire in their child ...
Not too many years ago, a child's experience was limited by how far he or she could ride a bicycle or by the physical boundaries t ...
If we desire a kinder nation, seeing it through the eyes of children is an eminently sensible endeavor: A city that is pro-child, ...
When we raise our children, we relive our childhood. Forgotten memories, painful and pleasurable, rise to the surface.... So each ...
Rather than accepting the drifting separation of the generations, we might begin to define a more complex and interesting set of l ...
Today's children are living a childhood of firsts. They are the first daycare generation; the first truly multicultural generation ...
Here is the beginning of understanding: most parents are doing their best, and most children are doing their best, and they're doi ...
We attempt to remember our collective American childhood, the way it was, but what we often remember is a combination of real past ...
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