Why Economic Ruin is Practically Certain - The Changing Work Force
April 15, 2011
Since 1970, incredible changes have radically changed the nature of the family in America. Men are leaving the work force in droves. Women are entering the work force. And the labor market is shrinking. More people work for the government, and less people are working, period. We are the largest debtor nation in the world. This makes for a disastrous economy. Kevin Swanson points out that the problem is more social than economic. Dads left the home in the 20th century. Moms are leaving the home in the 21st century. Sons aren’t growing up, and daughters are going to college. The social pressures just intensify on mothers who raise their daughters to leave the home.
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