The Change Of Death Rates Essay

961 Words Dec 30th, 2014 4 Pages
1. Skolnick discusses the change in death rates and that it decreased. This revolution began is the twentieth century. Mortality rates dropped as it was higher previously which was caused by neglect and lack of knowledge. I believe that if it was not for this revolution we would not have the history we have today Because it decreased people were able to live past 60 years old, children were able to build relationships with their parents. As a result couples marriages lasted longer and there were less divorces. There was an increase in grandparents and many lived longer than the expected life span so grandchildren were able to know them. A family had four or five generation living at the same time I believe that if it was not for this revolution we would not have the history we have today. For example instead of our parents telling us stories of our grandparents and other relatives we now had a chance to hear it face to face and learn from their mistakes that they had made. This is important because stories being told normally get twisted around and sometime we will never know the truth because we cannot hear it from that exact person that it happened to. Also another reason why i think this revolution was important because we formed bonds with our families. I know that from my experience i have. I enjoy listening to great-grandmother telling me about her childhood memories and because of that i feel closer to her.
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