Source: p 279, The Family, by Helen Bosanquet, BA in Moral Sciences (First Class; Cambridge)
"If the husband is the head of the Family", she continued, "the wife is the centre.
It is she who is primarily responsible for
the care of the children;
to the utmost extent of which the family means will allow,
it is her duty to see they are well cared for, both physically and morally;
and it is generally agreed that this duty can be properly fulfilled only by personal attention.
1. Am I right that which 's antecedent is
the care of ... ?
2. I can't pinpoint why, but of which bothers me. It feels redundant.
What would differ if of which were removed? Please explain?
Footnote: I encountered the above on p 28 of 296, Understanding Housing Policy, by B Lund.