[The desire to have children throughout history].

Abstract

Changing attitudes toward procreation during the course of history are examined. The author notes the low status of children that continued up to the sixteenth century, when interest in children and a growing approval of maternal instincts developed. It is suggested that the development of effective contraception in the last 20 years or so, coupled with… (More)

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