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September 17, 2008


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I don't believe that children moving away from their parents is a new occurrence. In my extended family, it was rare for anyone to stay near their parents after they grew up. Maybe in the same state, but hardly ever in the same town. People have migrated away from their roots for hundreds, if not thousands, of years.

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