Why the 1950s werent as wonderful as some thought they were.
"Clear and limited roles for mothers, fathers, and children establish a harmonious and efficient family life."
- In each family, the father was held with the responsibility of being a good provider. This concept of supplying the family with food and money to spend is quite typical in most families, but one article describes it as an "ulcer-producing, coronary-provoking, and death-inviting task." (2) Fathers wanted to be proud of their family's wealth and also wanted to be looked upon by others as very successful so they needed to work extra hard to achieve this goal. The outcome rested e…
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