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American Baby: A Mother, a Child, and the Shadow History of Adoption

A Child, A Mother, And The Shadow Of Adoption

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  • What buyers say about American Baby: A Mother, a Child, and the Shadow History of Adoption


    The author tells the story of a white Jewish birth mother and adopted child who she became connected with late in her life, in the context of post- WW II America and Jewish immigration.


    This is a must read and I received a digital copy of the book prior to its publication in exchange for an honest review.


    American Baby is so well written and researched that it almost cannot be put down once you start it. If you are like me, you will find validation and validation within these pages.


    It is a terrible experience that the system worked against her so completely, even when she was planning to marry the baby's father, and could have provided her child with a stable home.


    George kept two small photos of David in his wallet until he died, and Margaret never forgot, even after receiving a birthday gift of a 23andMe kit.

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