Straight Talk about Today's Families by Frances Presma, Paula Edelson
  

Straight Talk about Today's Families

Written by Frances Presma, Paula Edelson
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Straight Talk about Today's Families by Frances Presma, Paula Edelson

The so-called traditional family-- a married man and woman living with their biological or adopted children-- is not typical in today's society. According to U.S. Census figures in 1994

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Format

Hardback
136 pages

Author

Frances Presma, Paula Edelson
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Publisher

Facts On File Inc

Publication date

31st January 1999

ISBN

9780816039050


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