Fallen women, problem girls : unmarried mothers and the professionalization of social work, 1890-1945 /
During the first half of the twentieth century, out-of-wedlock pregnancy came to be seen as one of the most urgent and compelling problems of the day. The effort to define its meaning fueled a struggle among three groups of women: evangelical reformers who regarded unmarried mothers as fallen sister...
|Published:||New Haven : Yale University Press, ©1993.|
|Series:||Yale historical publications (Unnumbered)
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