On Conservatism

Fragmentation and the Family

By Deana Chadwell ● The American Thinker ● 07/18/2018


The family is one of the four divine institutions and has always been a mainstay in human society, so we knew how to do it: you have a father and a mother, and they produce children for whom they are responsible until those children marry and produce their own children and the original parents grow old and become the responsibility of the grown children. It’s a pretty slick system…But that time is no more.

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