The family ceases to be necessary. It is not necessary to the state because domestic economy is no longer advantageous to the state, it needlessly distracts women workers from more useful productive labor. It is not necessary to member of the family themselves because the other task of the family—the bringing up of children—is gradually taken over by society.
Alexander Kollontai, Bolshevik. cited by Clarence B. Carson, A Basic History of the United States, Vol. 4: The Growth of America 1878-1928, pg.219
[This ideology built into the Communist system in Russia spread to the “progressives” of the mid-to-late 20th century in the USA, leading to the collapse of the family in the 21st century]