Did you vote for Donald Trump to make America great again?
The only way that could happen would be to repeal or rescind any and all parts of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that failed for blacks and convinced women that they not only should, but must make motherhood and child care secondary. That made motherhood and homemaking an undesirable occupation. As it has played out, it led to the corruption of more than a generation of our children, thanks to the childcare given by the unskilled babysitter, childcare franchises.
It led to increased unemployment of men as the women came to take their jobs for less money. Women now complain about that too.
It has led to the growth of homosexuality because of confusion of the gender roles and an inability for children to “decide” what to be as they grew up. Drug use, including heroin and others, has caused worthless lives and more suicides ever in the youth in our society.
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Just remember, if women as a whole still looked forward to being a homemaker and wife, there would be less divorce, less delinquency by children and fewer abortions. If women withdrew from dual families that spend themselves into debt, there would be no unemployment and the nation would be secure.
Joseph Reichert, Belleville