Conceiving the future : pronatalism, reproduction, and the family in the United States, 1890-1938 /
Through nostalgic idealizations of motherhood, family, and the home, influential leaders in early twentieth-century America constructed and legitimated a range of reforms that promoted human reproduction. Their pronatalism emerged from a modernist conviction that reproduction and population could be...
|Published:||Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, ©2007.|
|Series:||Gender & American culture.
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