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We are all one family
Many people romanticize the so-called traditional family and yearn for "the good old days." And yet from a historical perspective those days may not have been all that ideal. Problems with the family are not exactly new.
So it's useful to get some perspective. For instance, before the Industrial Revolution, it was normal that fathers and mothers both supported the family by working at home, trying to make ends meet in a largely agrarian society. With industrialization, fathers were forced to work outside of the home, which caused enormous adjustments in the family and the mores of work.
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