Japanese family life is falling apart — and the reasons why go back to World War II

Japan has seen trillions in lost GDP over the past years, in combination with a population decline of 1 million people. Harvard sociologist Mary Brinton puts it bluntly: “This is death to the family,” she tells Business Insider. Japan’s case isn’t just …
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