Aside

Docile Breadwinner

‘By the late forties and fifties, the ethos of “rugged individualism” had been replaced by that of the corporate man, who was expected to conform and be obsequious to the power above. Postwar manhood demanded a docile breadwinner whose primary role was to support the consumers who were his wife and children.’ Structurally bad.

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