When did “the American family” rhetoric begin? (user search)

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« on: November 24, 2021, 10:17:19 AM »

Intergenerational and mixed families were quite common before World War II, especially in rural areas.

People forget how common it was back then to become a widow/widower at a relatively young age, which resulted in a lot of re-marriage.  It was also a lot more common for husbands or adult sons to work/live away from the rest of their families for extended periods of time.  People also generally had a lot more kids.
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