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The Surprising Case for Marrying Young

The Benefits of Marriage Shouldn’t Only Be For Elites

The Power of the Success Sequence for Disadvantaged Young Adults

The American Dream Can Be Achieved If We Spend More Time Building Strong, Stable Families

The Essence of Masculinity

No Honey, No Baby: The Relational and Economic Factors Associated With Having Children in America

The Mr. & Mrs. Degree: Which Colleges Have the Highest Marriage Rates?

Solving Our Marriage Crisis Requires Tackling Inequality: A Response to Conn Carroll

The More Things Change: Husband's Income, Wife's Income, and Number of Biological Children in the U.S.

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