The Feminine Economy and Economic Man

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Making a compelling case for restoring the primal economic role of the family, Shirley Burggraf offers provocative new ideas for divorce regulations, social security, education, welfare policy, the liability of parents for their children, and the responsibility of children for their aging parents.Along the way she emphasizes the huge economic value of the nurturing roles traditionally exercised by women.

The Feminine Economy and Economic Man 1998, Basic Books, Reading, MA

ISBN-13: 9780738200361

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