The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 13, Number 2.
Replacing Our Last Cottage Industry
...Pat Robertson is right - as secular humanists, we are heir to a tradition that is in many ways profoundly anti-family... Some say the family is becoming more inclusive. I say we are subduing the family, not extending it - perhaps setting the stage for its replacement. Secular humanists should celebrate this achievement, not minimize it, and renew their assaults upon the family. This obsolete and exploitative institution must go... Bellamy predicted that by the 21st Century capitalism, home, and family would be forgotten. Generations of reformers imbibed Bellamy's vivid images of happy workers who lived in dorms and ate in refectories, of children raised in large cohorts by gifted mentors...1
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