Richards, Sarah Elizabeth
November 2006
Redbook;Nov2006, Vol. 207 Issue 5, p205
The article focuses on the types of family in the U.S. Families have changed over the years. While the changes are noticeable, some things remain: its importance to individuals. Several reasons are cited behind the importance of family. Information on how readers keep their family close and strong are mentioned.


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