Spock-marked


Spock-marked
Spock-marked 1967, "affected by upbringing in accordance with the principles of Dr. (Benjamin M.) Spock" (1903-1998), U.S. physician and child-care specialist, author of "Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care" (1946).

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