Kelly, Clint; Johnson, Pat; Lam, Patricia; Ross, Margie; Kolt, Cara; Garcia, Isabela; Thompson, Amy; Knox, Kerri; Todd, Jeanmarie; Hoak, Kristi; Paul, Diana; Ferris, Ellen; Gelburd, Gregory S.; Murphy, Jamie; Aguiar, Heather; Shriver, Jody; Beck, Andy; Lauren, Birgitta; Lieberman, Jessica; Bowers, Esther Ellsworth
November 2009
Mothering;Nov/Dec2009, Issue 157, p16
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "The Adventures of a Male-Mom" in the summer issue of 1979, "A Quiet Place: Longing for Community," in the July-August 2009 issue and "Vaccine Debate," by Jennifer Margulis again in July-August 2009 issue.


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