I was referring only to the data provided, not your subjective opinion. According to the data provided, the US is tied with many other nations for first place.Our shitty school system and the fact that we're the only developed country in the world with these issues of denying large segments of the population adequate healthcare, that's the shit I'm talking about.
We're not all immigrants, unless you use a definition so broad that it no longer has meaning. I'm a naturally born American citizen, I assume you are, too. Neither of us are immigrants.1) We're all immigrants.
2) France and England both have quite significant poor immigrant populations. I'm not sure what you think any of this has to do with immigrants.
Both England and France have migration rates LESS THAN half (per 1000 people) of the US.
And? At no point did I say that no white or black women do this. Most American immigrants come from more traditional cultures where this is less of a choice.Many poor white and black American women have part-time jobs as unskilled laborers. Women who want to be at home with their kids often elect to not "improve their standing" because they view family as more important.
Immigration plays a large part in this. You can argue the degree, but you can't say it is irrelevant.This is so not about immigrants.
Of course you didn't. However, the data in the study values women (in terms of equality) who stay at home far less than those who have active careers. That much cannot be denied.You're funny. I never said there was anything wrong with being a stay-at-home wife. In fact, I think a lot of people would be better off if mothers stayed with their children. In fact, Americans seem to be less likely to be stay at home mothers.