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|On. Our. Family. History. “The family is the nucleus of civilization.” —William |
James Durant. Dad's family history helped shape him into the man he is today.
The following questions are very important, for they pay a loving tribute to his life,
|Nowhere has this been more evident than in the ongoing assault against |
traditional families in America. ... siege in our world today, and that with marriage
and the family, our very civilization is in crisis.22 The family is the nucleus of
|“The family, the nucleus of civilization, is under attack from the spread of feminism|
, from those who council a form of rebellion under the deceitful rubric of 'children's
rights,' from drug pushers who would poison us, from those who would urge ...
|In Michigan he had emphasized that while no wife should be an “overworked |
drudge,” the first duty of the “normal woman” was to be the keeper of home and
family, that nucleus of civilization where she reigned superior to any public
|Thomas Eakins THE FAMILY By the middle of the nineteenth century, the virtues |
of family life had become an article of ... of the phrase 'property is theft', saw
marriage as a social necessity and the family as the nucleus of social
|Confucius, about 500 B. C, constructs the philosophy which systematizes such a |
civilization, and thus lays the ... some one influential family, this nucleus, I say,
began to act upon the surrounding population in two different ways ; by conquest,
|... of Arid America echoes with 19th-century notions about women's foundational |
influence on the welfare of family and nation. ... was necessary for upholding the
social and cultural wellbeing of the family as the nucleus of American civilization.
|Moreover, the village jointly employed its herdsman or herdsmen for different |
livestock. The nucleus of the farm as an economic and social unit is the biological
family, the parents and the children; therefore it is no wonder that the name of the
|They looked forward to his regular visits andlearned agreat dealfrom him. |
Impressions of Romanfamily life have changedradically inrecent years. Large
numbersof coresident households probably did not exist but family ties
beyondthe nucleus ...
|In search of a family nucleus, we arrive at female, male, offspring. The biological |
structure is maintained by some bond, probably a combination of factors
pertaining to survival (the economy of family), emotions, sexual attraction (which