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Buy and Download Description Out of Margaret Mead's prodigious array of publications from the 1920s to the 1970s, this is the earliest one that is essentially anticipatory in approach. Remarkably, it dates all the way back to 1943 and World War II. It deals with a subject dear to her heart, the family, and contains many useful insights unlikely to have been provided by anyone other than an anthropologist. During the U.S. involvement in that global conflict, thousands of American scholars, including numerous anthropologists, took leave from their regular jobs and went to work for the American government or military "for the duration," dedicating their efforts to the task of defeating the Axis powers. However, only a tiny fraction of these thousands were also devoting serious effort toward envisioning and planning post-war reconstruction on a macro or societal scale. The redoubtable and hyper-energetic Margaret Mead was one of the rare few who undertook both challenges: winning the war and winning the peace. Out of Margaret Mead's prodigious array of publications from the 1920s to the 1970s, this is the earliest one that is essentially anticipatory in approach. Remarkably, it dates all the way back to 1943 and World War II. It deals with a subject dea
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