This chapter briefs post-destructive period of the Russian Revolution that entirely reversed its policy and was forced to restore marriage and the family in about the same form as that in which they had existed before the Revolution. During the first stage of the Communist Revolution its leaders deliberately tried to destroy the monogamic family and marriage as the cornerstones of the system of capitalism and private property which they had undertaken to abolish. The chapter delineates the two possible types of postwar reconstruction available to Russia and America and to the nations of the world. Assuming the continuation of friendly co-operation between the two nations in the future, its forms and functions will depend upon the nature of the postwar world. The chapter discusses trend demonstrated by a restoration of law and the government by law that were abolished in the first phase of the Revolution.