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Early Motherhood and Multiple Partner Fertility

Is Family Complexity Passed Down from Parents to Their Children?

Helping Low-Income Fathers Form Loving Relationships With Their Children

The Family Geography of the American Dream: New Neighborhood Data on Single Parenthood, Prisons, and Poverty

Cohabitation, Churning, and Children’s Diverging Destinies

The Majority of U.S. Children Still Live in Two-Parent Families

Did Congress Really Eliminate the Marriage Tax Penalty? Part 1

Weighing the Costs: The Earned Income Tax Credit and the Marriage Decisions of Low-Income Single Moms

Decades-Long Rise in Nonmarital Childbearing Reverses

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