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New Oxford Notes: June 2012

The Wages of Motherhood

Viewed from the perspective of home and community, there's so much value attached to the work of stay-at-home mothers, that we've only just begun to count the cost of losing them to the workplace.

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Femi-Nuns in the Echo-Chamber

Mainstream news reports of the Vatican's 'Doctrinal Assessment of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious' reported on what the nuns say they see as the controversy, rather than on the controversy itself.

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