Gender Roles Affecting American Home Life

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It was July 26, 1943, a historic day in history because it was the birthday of Mick Jagger, and my grandmother, Betty Andrews de Soto. Born in Jacksonville Florida, but raised on the Cherry Point North Carolina marine base by strict and religious parents, my grandmother is one tough cookie to crack. My grandmother is not fazed by much, but she continues to be astounded by the vast changes in technology, gender roles affecting American home life, and by the active role of racism in our society. “The world has changed dramatically in technology, home life, and racism, but mostly for the better.” (de Soto)
Technology when I was growing up affected such a small part of our daily lives. We had 1 channel on our TV and only watched it as a family
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