Mother and daughter: A generation apart

Bodolay, Maryanne; Frye, Shelley R.
November 1997
New Moon Network;Nov/Dec97, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p5
Reprints the article `Mother and Daughter: A Generation Apart,' which appeared in the November 1990 issue of National Association to Aid Fat Americans (NAAFA) newsletter.


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