A brief introduction outlines the architecture of the book: the significance of the family for the governing of American society, the analysis of discourses with a simultaneous focus on historical actors and their agency, the scrutiny of power relations in American history and society, the entanglement of close-ups and long shots in twelve separate yet interdependent chapters, and the presentation of a history of continuity and change.
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