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Is Hungary Experiencing a Policy-Induced Baby Boom?

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Baby Bust: Fertility is Declining the Most Among Minority Women

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No Ring, No Baby: How Marriage Trends Impact Fertility

Feminism as the New Natalism: Can Progressive Policies Halt Falling Fertility?

One Way to Boost Fertility: Babysit Other People’s Kids

Number 9 in 2017: In Georgia, a Religiously-Inspired Baby Boom?

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