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This Tax Credit Wasn’t Meant to Help with Housing, but That’s Exactly What It’s Doing

Where a Major Child-Poverty Report Went Wrong

The NAS Report Provides Concrete Proposals to Reduce Child Poverty, But Will the U.S. Accept the Challenge?

Viewing Relationship Education through the Lens of Social Poverty

Chris Arnade Talks About Family and Faith in Back Row America

Blessed Are the Stigmatized: A Review of Chris Arnade’s Dignity

The Collapse of Community is Behind the Retreat from Marriage

Challenging the ‘Heckman Curve’: Are Public Investments in Kids Really the Best?

Employee Ownership Supports Stronger Families

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