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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Family and work.
Cambridge, Mass. : Ballinger Pub. Co., ©1986
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Sylvia Ann Hewlett; Alice Stone Ilchman; John J Sweeney; United Nations Association of the United States of America. Economic Policy Council.
|Notes:||Based on rewritten and edited versions of papers commissioned by the UNA-USA Economic Policy Council.|
|Description:||xiv, 218 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction / Alice Ilchman --
Government and family policy / Daniel Patrick Moynihan --
Collective bargaining's role in the determination of family policy / John J. Sweeney --
The least of these / Mario M. Cuomo --
The origins, progress, and future of Swedish family policy / Anna-Greta Leijon --
Child Care in France / Olga Baudelot --
Maternity, paternity, and parenting policies : how does the United States compare? / Sheila B. Kamerman --
Painting the child care landscape : a palette of inadequacy and innovation / Dana E. Friedman --
Early childhood education and the public schools / Albert Shanker --
The ethics of a public preschool / Jerome Kagan --
Federal programs that serve children and families / Marian Wright Edelman --
Progress, so very slow / Eli Ginzberg --
Employee benefits and assistance to working parents / Dallas L. Salisbury and Hazel A. Witte --
The male / female earnings differential in Britain and Europe : are there lessons for the United States? / Peter J. Sloane --
Wage discrimination : a family issue / Winn Newman and Christine L. Owens --
Corporate concerns for working parents / Judy Farrell --
The U.S. labor movement and working women : an alliance for the future / Pamela Laber --
Conclusions : A policy agenda for the United States / Sylvia Ann Hewlett.
|Responsibility:||edited by Sylvia Ann Hewlett, Alice S. Ilchman, John J. Sweeney.|