In this period, women brought about change in the interrelated areas of demography, domestic community work, and wage work, altering the environments in which family life and wage work were carried out. Changes in women's living and working environments led to the development of a series of new organizational networks in the areas of fertility control, childbirth, childcare, and wage work. These changes, as described by the women and men who lived them, are evaluated in terms of their potential to alter and extend the feminist tradition and the social environments through which people organize to create the structure of their daily lives.
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