It is futile to call for better and stronger marriages without addressing the fundamental problem of a growing separatism between men and women. In recent decades, men and women have moved toward greater equality in education and occupation, greater flexibility in work roles, and greater androgyny in general. In the daily commerce between the sexes, there is less deference and conscious division than in the past.
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