Mother's Work Adding It Up

January 2003
Mothering;Jan/Feb2003, Issue 116, p25
Reports that women's advocacy group Social Agenda wants to include the work of mothers and other caregivers in the U.S. Gross National Product. Percentage of women who raise children or care for adults in their homes; Introduction of a bill that gives mothers partially paid maternity leave in California.


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