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Number 2 in 2021: The Religious Marriage Paradox: Younger Marriage, Less Divorce

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The Religious Marriage Paradox: Younger Marriage, Less Divorce

More Faith, Less Sex: Why Are So Many Unmarried Young Adults Not Having Sex?

Historic Trends in Childlessness and Marriage

The Divided State of Our Unions

What the Latest Current Population Survey Tells Us About the Future of Fertility

Births Are Back: Did Government Stimulus Fuel a Baby Boomlet?

More Choice, Fewer Costs: Four Key Principles to Guide Child Care Policy

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