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42 This movement for sheltered innocence had a modern cast, emphasizing the roles of professionals and specialized sites of child formation like kindergartens, but it still relied on traditional home-based child training. The White House Conference on Child Health and Protection of 1930 idealized the mother at home who was to isolate but also expand the horizons of children, molding them for future success. ”43 In a complementary way, the progressive recreation movement tried to isolate and prepare the young in the regulated playground.
This dual relation with the next generation was given fresh meaning in the twentieth century, especially when childhood delight was wed to the world of consumption. At the same time as children were sheltered and removed from the producers’ market, they became an essential part of the market of consumers, a world of delight. This was because parents began to use gifts of entertainment and goods to express the pricelessness of their children in their love and care for them. 32 The Two Faces of Innocence 29 One sign of this revolution in attitudes can be seen in what kind of child was desired in adoptions.
Replacing the fear of “Give an inch and he will take a mile” was a new attitude toward children’s desire: Give the baby the whole and he’ll only take a part. As anthropologist Martha Wolfenstein put it in 1955, “We developed (without conscious calculation) a new kind of defense against impulses. . 62 The permissive revolution represented several distinct trends. New research in child psychology promoted indirect ways of shaping and directing desire. 63 Probably even more important is the simple fact that parents not only followed the advice of the child development experts and their model of sheltered innocence but also embraced the romantic and ultimately commercial idea of the wondrous child.