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The superb great hero is again to fly into the hearts and houses of kids. This crime-fighter is devoted to scuffling with the main robust and deadly enemies. Superman soars over city combating evil villains in those interesting and pleasing 8x8 storybooks choked with event and nice illustrations.
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18 WHAT’S WRONG WITH DAY CARE Another problem was the sharply rising divorce rate. During the 1880s and 1890s, the number of divorces grew three times as quickly as the population, and Americans were shocked at the turn of the twentieth century to learn that we had the highest divorce rate in the world. 31 Sociological explanations for these problems were readily available. ”33 The family was becoming obsolete as a result of modernization. This was the beginning of the continuing crisis of the family, which experts in social welfare kept announcing all through the twentieth century.
This was a running joke in the old comic strip “Bringing Up Father” (which first appeared in 1913), where Maggie was always trying to force fine music and refined conversation on her husband Jiggs, and he was always trying to sneak out of the house to spend his time smoking, drinking, and playing cards. Though it compromised with modernization and let the industrial economy weaken the father’s role, the Victorian family still worked. For example, crime and births to unwed mothers both declined by almost half during the Victorian period20—a remarkable achievement at a time when rapid urbanization was unmooring people from the communities that had traditionally controlled their behavior.
The family was needed for emotional reasons, even though it had lost all its economic functions. Parsons believed the family would become more effective as it lost its economic functions, because it would specialize in its emotional functions and specialization increases efficiency. Yet he added that the family was stressed by being the one source of emotional comfort in our society—and he knew how to deal with this stress: It is, one might suggest, the “American method,” to attempt to solve problems in foci of strain by calling in scientifically expert aid.