Utopia Against the Family: The Problems and Politics of the American Family

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Ignatius Press, 1990 - Family & Relationships - 146 pages
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Is the traditional family an anachronism? That's the question Christensen answers in this thought-provoking book. His analysis examines why government expansion often comes at the expense of family values.

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Contents

War over a Word
35
Political Turmoil at the Marriage Gap
51
ChildRearing Factory
67
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Bryce Christensen is assistant professor of composition in the English Department of Southern Utah University. He is the author of Utopia Against the Family and many articles on cultural and literary issues in various scholarly journals.

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