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December 1983, Vol. 106, No. 12
a national picture
Sheila B. Kamerman
Professor of Social Policy and Planning and co-director of Cross-National Studies Research Program, Columbia University
As more mothers hold jobs, the demand for child-care services continues to growespecially for infant and toddler careand is exacerbated by brief maternity leaves.
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