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At a time when there was no federal or state safety net, charitable organizations sprang into action to provide resources for families who had lost their breadwinners, or to take in the countless children left orphaned by the disease.
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There’s fierce pressure economically, to provide for one’s family, and socially, to conform with the expectation that men be hardworking and persistent breadwinners.
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Victims are often the primary breadwinners of their households, so every death and disability contributes to the cycle of poverty.
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There are many thousands of families in which the breadwinner does not earn more than ten dollars a week at best.
THE COMMON SENSE OF SOCIALISMJOHN SPARGO
There was a great contrast between the genius and the breadwinner, the half-beast of burden.
WE PHILOLOGISTS, VOLUME 8 (OF 18)FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE
The man was not above playing the spy, and he had of course a jealous interest in the fate of that chief breadwinner—his daughter.
THE CRUISE OF THE MAKE-BELIEVESTOM GALLON
Surely he is a stern moralist who would deny this satisfaction to the breadwinner of a family.
WORLDLY WAYS AND BYWAYSELIOT GREGORY
But she was not educated, and she was the chief breadwinner of the family, and her mother leant upon her so much.
THE WHITE QUEEN OF OKOYONGW.P. LIVINGSTONE
There is the implication also that man being the natural breadwinner of the family, his wage should suffice for its support.
FEMINISM AND SEX-EXTINCTIONARABELLA KENEALY
The wages of the breadwinner even when in full work may be insufficient to afford adequate support for a numerous family.
THE CHILDREN: SOME EDUCATIONAL PROBLEMSALEXANDER DARROCH

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