American Babies: Their Life and Times in the 20th Century
This volume explores the history of babies in the United States from 1900 to the present, covering such issues as attitudes toward babies and significant advances in the health of babies.
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American Babies in 1901
The General Public and Babies Attitudes Advice and Altruism
Health Illness and the American Baby
From Weaklings to Fighters
The Economics of Infancy
Racism and the American Baby
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