The way we really are

coming to terms with America's changing families

By Coontz, Stephanie

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ISBN
978-0-46507-787-8
Publisher
New York : BasicBooks, 1997.


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Library Journal

Reviewed on April 1, 1997

In chapters like "Working with What We've Got," Coontz provides an antidote to Dan Quayle's "new consensus on the importance of the traditional family." She argues that the traditional family is not the only model; there is also the two-parent primary breadwinner model, a historically new form that is possibly giving way to a postmarriage culture. For Coontz, it is im...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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