Growing up when your parents are in prison

Muse, Daphne
September 1994
Mothering;Fall94, Issue 72, p101
Relates the experiences of children in the United States who grew up when a parent was in prison. Michael Meeripol's memories of visits to parents Ethel and Julius Rosenberg; Different views of children on their parents' incarceration.


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