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SEGMENTS
(abbreviated titles)

  1900-1930
       
  Closing of the Frontier
  Scientific Racism
  The Children's Bureau
  Middletown
  Recent Social Trends

  1930-1960
       
  The Great Depression
  The Gallup Poll
  World War II
  Suburban Nation
  Sexual Behavior

  1960-2000
       
  The Feminine Mystique
  The Moynihan Report
  Broken Windows
  Stagflation/Deregulation
  Middletown IV
  Census 2000

   

 

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FMC Program Segments 1900-1930
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Infant and Maternal Mortality:
How Julia Lathrop and the Children's 
Bureau Tried to Save the Babies


Daphne Spain

Daphne Spain
Interview
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Daphne Spain is the Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning at the University of Virginia. 

She is the author of How Women Saved the City; and Gendered Spaces. She is co-author of Balancing Act: Motherhood, Marriage, and Employment Among American Women; and Introduction to Sociology.


Robyn Muncy is the Associate Professor of U.S. History and Women’s History at the University of Maryland, College Park. 

She is the author of Creating a Female Dominion in American Reform 1890-1935; and co-editor of Engendering America

Her many scholarly articles cover gender issues as they relate to turn-of-the-20th-century American politics and the economy.

Robyn Muncy

Robyn Muncy
Interview
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