Women—Keepers at Home

April 30, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
How the failure of women to be “keepers at home” has resulted in a deeply entrenched social disease.

Being a pre-baby-boomer, pre-Generation X, pre-entitlement-generation individual does give one a certain grasp on the postwar history of the demise of the family unit.

When Britain and America dominated the world as the greatest single empire and greatest single nation during the 19th through to the first half of the 20th centuries, monogamous marriage and the strong family unit were the backbone of their societies.

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