Grandparenting for the nineties

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R. Erdmann Pub., 1990 - Family & Relationships - 241 pages
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This book discusses how grandparents represent a more stable, nourishing age, and how the future of American children depends upon the values, competence, and social responsibility that they can learn from grandparents in this age of shattered family networks and moral degradation.

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Contents

Making it Pay
25
Sensible Grandparenting
51
Sensible Grandparenting
65
Copyright

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Robert Aldrich is Lecturer in Modern French History and Colonial History at the University of Sydney. He is the author of "The French in the South Pacific, 1840-1940," "France and the South Pacific since 1940," "Greater France: A History of French Overseas Expansion" and "Colonialism and Homosexuality,"

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