Loving children

Raskin, Bruce
May 1998
Parenting;May98, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p112
Presents an interview with Dr. Benjamin Spock, before he died in March just short of his 95th birthday. Discussion pretaining to parenting; How parents should discipline a child; What he thinks of parenting for the future. INSETS: How Dr. Spock changed parenting;Digital revolution;Stroke or strike?.


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