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Karen Kornbluh: Further reading for "The Parent Trap"
 
"A Welcome for Every Child: How France Achieves Quality in Child Care: Practical Ideas for the United States," A Report of the French-American Foundation, 1989.

America's Child Care Problem: The Way Out, Suzanne Helburn and Barbara Bergmann (Palgrave, 2002)

"America's Families and Living Arrangements," U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Report, P20-537, March 2000, Table FG1.

Care and Equality, Mona Harrington (New York: Routledge, 2000)

Child Care Patterns for School-Age Children with Employed Mothers, Jeffrey Capizzano, Gina Adams and Kathryn Tout, (Urban Institute, September 2000).

Children"s Interests/Mothers' Rights, Sonya Michel (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1999)

"Contingent Workers: Incomes and Benefits Lag Behind Those of Rest of Workforce," General Accounting Office, Report to Congressional Requesters, June 2000.

"Covering America," Jack A. Meyer and Elliot K. Wicks, ed. A report of the Economic and Social Research Institute, June 2001. See especially, articles by Jacob S. Hacker, Jonathan Gruber and Sara Singer, et. al.

"Economic Report of the President (U.S. GPO, 2000), chapter 5"

Family and Nation, Daniel Patrick Moynihan

From Family to Work Station, Alan Carlson (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1993)

"How the New Laobr Market is Squeezing Workforce Health Benefits," Michael Calabrese, James L. Medoff, Howard B. Shapiro, and Andrew D. Harless. A report of the Century Foundation.

"Key Facts: Essential Information about Child Care, Early Education, and School-Age Care," a report of the ChildrenŐs Defense Fund

Nonstandard Work in Decline, Wenger, Jeffrey B. (2002). Working Paper of the Economic Policy Institute.

Shared Work Valued Care, Eileen Appelbaum, Thomas Bailey, Peter Berg, and Arne L. Kalleberg, a report of the Economic Policy Institute

The High Cost of Child Care Puts Quality Care Out of Reach for Many Families, Karen Schulman, ChildrenŐs Defense Fund, 2000

The Invisible Heart, Nancy Folbre (New York, The New York Press, 2001)

The Radical Center, Ted Halstead and Michael Lind (New York: Doubleday, 2001)

The Second Shift, Arlie Russell Hochschild (New York: Avon Books, 1989)

The State of Working America 2002-2003, Lawrence Mishel, Jared Bernstein, Heather Boushey (New York: Cornell University Press, 2002)

The Widening Gap, Jody Heymannn (New York: Basic Books, 2000)

Unbending Gender, Joan Williams (New York: Oxford University Press, Inc., 2000)

Working for Children and Families: Safe and Smart After-School Programs, U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of Justice, April 2000.

For more information on issues pertaining to contingent workers see also
www.workingtoday.org.

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