The basic unit of society within Western civilization is the family. Inexorably founded upon the pillars of European heritage, the American Saga is the legacy of the family society. The esteemed professor Kevin MacDonald states that a primary characteristic of that history is "A tendency toward simple family structure based on the nuclear family." He further concludes: "This simple household system is a fundamental feature of individualist culture. The individualist family was able to pursue its interests freed from the obligations and constraints of extended kinship relationships and free of the suffocating collectivism of the social structures typical of the rest of the world."
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