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Law, and in nontraditional blended families in offerings such as Kate and Allie and Who’s the Boss? Shows featuring single women, such as That Girl, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and Sex and the City broke down perceptions that women were limited to traditional roles. Powerful women who could take care of themselves were depicted in Charmed, a tale of three sister witches. The show became the longest-running show in history featuring female leads. Portrayals of African-American families in the 1970s ranged from the barelymaking-it Evans family in Good Times (1974) to the upwardly mobile Jeffersons (1975).
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A series of episodes dealt with the character of Murphy Brown, a well-respected news anchor, becoming pregnant. ” Although his reference to Murphy Brown was a small moment in a long speech, it sparked an immediate and lasting reaction, both denigrating and supportive, among the listening public. S. single-parent households are headed by divorced or unwed mothers and their biological children, but can also include divorced or unwed fathers, widows or widowers, stepchildren, and/or adopted children.
Contemporary America: 1970 to The Present (Handbook to Life in America, Vol IX) by Rodney P. Carlisle