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The Victorian Age refers to rules of behavior and family wherein A) marriage was an economic contract between male and female. B) men and women began to share equally the duties of child-rearing. C) the home was idealized as a peaceful and loving refuge. D) male and female children were educated away from the family in boarding schools. E) women were finally encouraged to work outside the home.
The Victorian Age refers to rules of behavior and family wherein the home was idealized as a peaceful and loving refuge.
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