Measuring Mamma's Milk

Measuring Mamma's Milk

Author: Elizabeth Dixon Whitaker

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN: 0472110780

Page: 358

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would be fed cow ' s milk rather than formula ( provided the mother ' s milk had not already dried up by then ) . ... their child or hearing its cry , and instead asserted that they feel it arrive every three 250 Measuring Mamma ' s Milk.

Shows how fascist biological politics continue to govern the flow of mother's milk in Italy today



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