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Record: 1 Title: The American Family. Authors: Coontz, Stephanie Source: Life. Nov99, Vol. 22 Issue 12, p79. 4p. 1 Color Photograph, 3 Black and White Photographs. Document Type: Article Subject Terms: *SOCIAL problems *TWENTIETH century *FAMILIES *HISTORY SOCIAL conditions Geographic Terms: UNITED States Abstract: Discusses the similarities in family life and social problems in the United States in the beginning of the 20th century through November 1999. Improvements regarding childhood mortality, education, child labor, and women's rights; Why the 1950s are regarded so highly in history as a standard for family values despite the actual poverty rate, women's oppression and race relation problems. INSET: American Mirror by Sora Song. Full Text Word Count: 3077 ISSN: 00243019 Accession Number: 2377451 Database: Academic Search Premier Section: SOCIETY

THE AMERICAN FAMILY
New research about an old institution challenges the conventional wisdom that the family today is worse off than in the past. As the century comes to an end, many observers fear for the future of America's families. Our divorce rate is the highest in the world, and the percentage of unmarried women is significantly higher than in 1960. Educated women are having fewer babies, while immigrant children flood the schools, demanding to be taught in their native language. Harvard University reports that only 4 percent of its applicants can write a proper sentence. There's an epidemic of sexually transmitted diseases among men. Many streets in urban neighborhoods are littered with cocaine vials. Youths call heroin "happy dust." Even in small towns, people have easy http://web.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.proxy.library.oregonstate.edu/eh…=245bf1c5-5315-4707-a44a-39da67f8c480%40sessionmgr13&vid=4&hid=10 Page 1 of 7

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