- Words: 1657
- Length: 5 Pages
- Topic: Family and Marriage
- Paper #: 95048610
Crude, twisted justifications were offered during this period of time that both upheld family values yet reflected the desperation of the era -- such as the defense that it was better to eat one's relatives, than to let the whole family starve, or the idea that if one consumed one's relations, then they lived on, at least a little longer.
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