If I were to throw a bowling ball off of the tallest building or a tattered old dog house in the back yard the ball will drop! The law of how this all works, namely gravity will be confirmed!. If I were to destroy the American family of any family the law of how all of this works comes into play here as well. Everything begins to fall- What rises up is chaos!
Epoch Times Part One
In the United States, the ratio of divorces to marriages more than doubled from the 1960s to the 1980s. In the 1950s, about 11 percent of the children born in a married family saw their parents divorce, and in 1970, the ratio soared to 50 percent.  According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 40 percent of newborn infants in the United States in 2016 were born out of wedlock. In 1956, this figure was less than 5 percent.
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Traditional families play the role of transmitting beliefs and morality and maintaining the stability of society. The family is the cradle of belief and the bond for the transmission of values. Parents are the first teachers in children’s lives. If children can learn traditional virtues such as selflessness, humility, gratitude, endurance, and more from their parents’ words and deeds, they will benefit for the rest of their lives.
Traditional married life also helps men and women grow together in morality. It requires husbands and wives to treat their emotions and desires with a new attitude and to be considerate and tolerant of each other. This is fundamentally different from the idea of cohabitation. Human emotions are fickle. If the couple is together because they like to be together and break up because they don’t like it anymore, the relationship is not much different from a common friendship unbounded by marriage. Marx ultimately hoped for widespread “unconstrained ****ual intercourse,” which of course is about dissolving the traditional marriage and thus, in the end, eliminating the institution of the family.