Miller, Matthew
January 2000
New Republic;01/17/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 3, p46
Presents the author's experiences of having his wife leave a high powered job to work at home and changes that result in the house. Wife's displaced energy during the hiatus with young daughter has taken the form of virtually nonstop business deals; Psychological adjustment of the author with his wife.


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