Divorce In The 1900's

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Divorce “Some people believe holding on and hanging in there are signs of great strength. However, there are times when it takes much more strength to know when to let go and then to do it.” – Ann Landers. This quote by Landers hits close to home for me. Being a child of parents who divorced in my adolescent years, I understand that it took them more courage and strength to separate instead of sticking it out for my siblings and I. Also, this quote is a perfect example of the way people view divorce today than the way they did in the 1900’s, where it was frowned upon and nearly impossible to survive without the husbands’ financial support. Divorce is defined as a judicial declaration dissolving a marriage in a whole or in a part, especially
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