Kitchen Table Democracy

Wendt, Liesl
September 2001
Mothering;Sep/Oct2001, Issue 108, p80
Focuses on the responsibility of parents to explain the politics in the United States. Attendance of children in political campaigns; Rights of parents to fight for child services; Importance of focus on solving social inequities.


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