It's time for boomers without kids to gun for the same rights as working parents, warns maverick journalist Burkett in a hard-hitting expose on how today's family-friendly policies unfairly burden childless workers.
Michelangelo Signorile author of "Life Outside" and "Queer in America"Finally, someone's got the guts to point to the elephant in the room: that America discriminates, sometimes quite shamelessly, against those who do not have children. No one better could be making this clarion call than the compelling, relentless truth-teller, Elinor Burkett. "The Baby Boon" speaks for so many of us who stay silent, fearful of being tarred as "anti-family." But Burkett's is not a book that is "anti" anything. "The Baby Boon" is about inclusivity and fairness, about the American values of equality and justice. A meticulous journalist with facts and figures in hand, she makes a case that simply cannot be dismissed.
Baby Boon: How Family-Friendly America Cheats the Childless by Elinor Burkett
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Simon & Schuster
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