Last week educators, sociologists and physicians met in Chicago and learnedly discussed The Family in Wartime. The delegates were not prepared to bet a plugged nickel on the family's immediate prospects. Already, declared Professor Willard Waller of Columbia University, although the U. S. was not at war, the national-defense program had begun to raise hell with U. S. families. He ticked off wartime dangers: > Disruption of relations between parents and children.
> Increased prostitution.
> Increased delinquency.
> Spread of venereal disease.
> Undermining of the morals of young men who leave home to...