Mothers, citizenship, and independence: A critique of pure family values

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Abstract

Criticizes philosopher William Galston's position on family values, reflected in his book `Liberal Purposes.' Problem with Galston's argument for the moral preeminence of the intact two-parent family; Discussion of the implications of this argument for public policy or political planning. Criticizes philosopher William Galston's position on family values, reflected in his book `Liberal Purposes.' Problem with Galston's argument for the moral preeminence of the intact two-parent family; Discussion of the implications of this argument for public policy or political planning.

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  • FAMILY
  • GALSTON
  • POLITICAL planning
  • William

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  • Iris Marion Young

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