WHY DO FEMINISTS UNDERVALUE MOTHERHOOD? A Classicist's Review of Margaret King's How Mothers Shaped Successful Sons and Created World History
|Author: ||Beck, Martha C.|
Dr. Martha Beck, a Professor of Philosophy and Classist, reviews Dr. Margaret King’s monograph on the im-portance of the relationship between a mother and child within the first seven years of the child’s life. The book sheds light on the importance this relationship has on history itself. Dr. Beck uses the book to consider why Feminists undervalue motherhood in the modern age.
Table of Contents
1. An Overview by Margaret L. King
2. Why Do Feminists Undervalue Motherhood?
4. Margaret King Replies to Martha Beck
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