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The movement to prevent kids from being forced to toil in mills encouraged compulsory education for teenagers.

In 1920, just 28 percent of American youths between the ages of fourteen and seventeen were in high school.

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Meanwhile the share of people over 65 tripled, from 5 percent to 14 percent.

But in the early 20th century, the word “teen-ager” either didn’t exist or was scarcely used outside of development psychology.

“I think it’s going to be the most good looking baby ever,” she says with a laugh. I actually would urge the audience to make those composites.

We so want a Wes baby.” Also, during Thursday’s flash forward, it was revealed that Asher (Matt Mc Gorry) is not under the sheet.

Carol Boyd Leon paints a sociological portrait of America as it was 100 years ago, when technology was meager, financial ruin was one downturn away, war was ongoing in Europe, and the choices that Americans have come to expect—in their cars, clothes, food, and homes—were preceded by a monotonous consumer economy.

In 1915, Americans walked everywhere (or took a streetcar, if they lived in cities), lived in three-generation homes that they rarely owned, ate almost as much lard as chicken, and spent Friday nights dancing to player pianos.

“There’s a lot of things we don’t show on the show sometimes, so everything’s up for grabs until we actually do a DNA test, I guess, or we tell you specifically.

I won’t lie to you once we tell you.” For her part, Souza seems to be in the Wes camp.

Women had more children—three, on average—to help on the farm in the old agrarian economy. For this happy and dramatic improvement, mothers and fathers can thank the professionalization of baby-delivery.

But the more disquieting reason women had so many children was that children were likely to die: Ten percent of infants died in their first year, compared with one in every 168 births in the U. Giving birth at home in 1915 wasn’t merely normal; it was ubiquitous.

In short: Everything was worse, except for the commute.

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