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Modern History Changes The Family

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MODERN HISTORY CHANGES THE FAMILY In the last ten years of American history, there have been many milestones, events, and trends that have shaped American history. Not only did it shape history, but it changed how the American family lived. Examples such as the 9/11 attacks and new technological advancements have prompted serious and emotional conversations among family members and is considered important to cultural historians on how to understand the current mythologies of family. Aside from the ideal decade of the 1950s, the idea of family has changed in the twenty-first century because of new trends and recent events that set to define what family is really about. One event in the last ten years that most people would think about is the September 11th attacks at New York. It was a very horrific day in American history and in that tragedy the mythology of family changed forever. Apart from the nuclear family that Stephanie Coontz described for th...

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