13"X 22"X 13"
crib spindles, yarn, gourds, etc.
Americans consider independence to be a highly virtuous personal
trait. Within their social code a person who needs others
is considered weak. American parents begin training their
children not to need people within their first few months
of life. At night, they place their children in special cages
such as this one, then leave the cages in isolated locations
so that the children cannot see their parents or feel the
warmth of their bodies. A few small objects believed to have
calming powers are commonly found in the cages. ©
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