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Starting in Our Own Backyards: How Working Families Can Build Community and Survive the New Economy - Ann Bookman


Containing interviews with more than 100 middle-class working parents in the Boston area, Bookman vividly illustrates the inherent conflicts faced by today's two-working-parent families and the often



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Starting in Our Own Backyards: How Working Families Can Build Community and Survive the New Economy - Ann Bookman


Containing interviews with more than 100 middle-class working parents in the Boston area, Bookman vividly illustrates the inherent conflicts faced by today's two-working-parent families and the often