Correction that Corrects

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Illustration of woman spanking a child from Correction that Corrects.

The Manner of Spanking

Correction that Corrects is a child rearing manual advocating spanking, authored by Mariam Fredrick and published by Child Interest Publishing Co. of Los Angeles, California in 1925.

The title page describes it as "a book for young mothers and governesses, treating a method of discipline, void of harshness, yet most effective in the correction of faults common to babies and small children."

The copyright to Correction that Corrects passed on to Beatrice Reinhart and served as a main source for her 1937 child rearing manual Back to Common Sense.

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