Making Marriage Work: A History of Marriage and Divorce in the Twentieth-Century United States

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INDEX
Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy, 140
Adams, Clifford Rose, 6, 69, 77, 90, 97, 98, 100
Adultery. See Infidelity
Advice columns, 92–93, 99, 100101, 130–31
African Americans: exclusion from marriage discourse, 9; discrimination against, 55, 58, 76, 165; marriage advice to, 100, 155–56, 189–90 (n. 116); Moynihan Report controversy and, 115–17; criticism of white feminists, 116–17
Agee, James, 45
Alcoholics Anonymous, 86
Alcoholism, 10, 76, 86, 95, 96–97
Alimony, 21, 87, 121, 125
“Allotment Annies,” 52
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. See American Association of Marriage Counselors
American Association of Marriage Counselors (AAMC): founding of, 58–59; casebook of, 89–90, 98–99, 101; name change of, 157
American Institute of Family Relations (AIFR), 37, 78, 93–94, 101, 174 (n. 110); Human Relations Program of, 78–79, 184 (n. 27)
American Revolution, 18, 19
American Social Hygiene Association, 34
Andelin, Helen, 130
Andrews, Dana, 70
Archer, Anne, 148
Atkinson, Ti-Grace, 109, 110
Baby boom generation, 11, 154; parents of, 84, 121
Baptist General Convention of Texas, 152
Bass, Mary, 93
Bates, Alan, 124
Becker, Gary S., 139
Bem, Daryl, 117
Bergen, Candice, 124
Bernard, Jessie, 111–13
Best Years of Our Lives, The, 70, 182 (n. 105)
Bigelow, Maurice, 33
Birth control, 23, 37–38, 126
Blankenhorn, David, 153
Blumstein, Philip, 140–41, 161

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