pt 1. The Porfirian family : child welfare, child labor, and child nurture, 1884-1912 -- Porfirian patterns and meanings of child circulation : child labor and child welfare in the capital city -- Labor or love : trends in Porfirian adoption practice -- Moral and medical economies of motherhood : infant feeding at the Mexico City Foundling Home -- pt. 2. Reworking the family : family relations and revolutionary reform, 1913-1943 -- The family in the revolutionary order : conceptual foundations -- The revolutionary family : children's health and collective identities -- Domestic economies : family dynamics, child labor, and child circulation -- Breaking and making families : adoption, child labor, and women's work -- Conclusion: Family, work, and welfare in modern Mexico
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