SOURCE: New York Times
"Mothers are the fallback plan in the United States in part because of persistent beliefs that they are ultimately responsible for homemaking and child rearing, and because of the lack of policies to help parents manage the load."
SOURCE: Labor and Working Class History Association
Historian Jacob Remes discusses the new book "An Intimate Economy" with author Alexandra Finley.
SOURCE: Radical History Review
Arlen Austin, Beth Capper, and Tracey Deutsch present a list of readings about the history of movements to demand wages for the domestic and family work typically performed by women.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
by Helen Lewis
When people note that Shakespeare and Newton did some of their best work while England was ravaged by the plague, there is an obvious response: Neither of them had child-care responsibilities.
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