By The End Of World War I, The Skyrocketing Divorce Rate In The United States Had Generated A Deep Seated Anxiety About Marriage This Fear Drove Middle Class Couples To Seek Advice, Both Professional And Popular, In Order To Strengthen Their Relationships In Making Marriage Work, Historian Kristin Celello Offers An Insightful And Wide Ranging Account Of Marriage And Divorce In America In The Twentieth Century, Focusing On The Development Of The Idea Of Marriage As Work Throughout, Celello Illuminates The Interaction Of Marriage And Divorce Over The Century And Reveals How The Idea That Marriage Requires Work Became Part Of Americans Collective Consciousness Very well researched Clearly shows how the burden for sustaining marriages has continued to fall heavily on women.
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- 230 pages
- Making Marriage Work: A History of Marriage and Divorce in the Twentieth-Century United States
- Kristin Celello
- 03 August 2017 Kristin Celello