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    • Spring 1998 Issue - 11 Articles
    • The Mother of All Problems, pp. 2-3
      Danielle Crittenden's mother of all problems
    • She's Back!, pp. 4-7
      Meghan Cox Gurdon on the New Housewife
    • The Token Man
    • Daddy Direst, pp. 8-9
      David Eddie on stay-at-home dads
    • They Make Such Lovely Pets, pp. 10-12
      Melinda Ledden Sidak observes that children are the toy poodles of the 1990s
    • You Are Not My Kid's Mom, pp. 13-15
      Diane Fisher explodes the myth of "quality" day care
    • What Crisis?, pp. 16-17
      Darcy Olsen notes there is no shortage of day care
    • Day-care Capital, pp. 18-19
      Kathryn Jean Lopez reports on the Republicans who use day care
    • IRS to Moms, p. 20
      Anita K. Blair explains how women could better combine motherhood with work
    • It May Not Be Destiny, But, pp. 21-23
      Mona Charen says biology determines our roles more than we like to admit
    • Poll Pourri: Listen to Mom, pp. 24-26
      Karlyn Bowman shows that the majority of women want less time at the office
    • One Last Observation
    • "Not Again Tonight, Dear...!", pp. 27-28
      Wendy Shalit warns Viagra may lead to a rise in female headaches