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It would be unseemly of me to argue with a two-page book review instead of letting my life's work stand on its own, so here goes.
The only argument he makes is to underline the word "not." So do you trust him?
You could split hairs, but why?
Brad Wilcox concludes we need marriage promotion to improve school outcomes. Surprise.
I’m having a hard time believing the latest Brad Wilcox marriage-promotion fake research event is as dumb as I think it is, but I think it really is. I don’t use such a judgmental word lightly, but rather with a heavy heart, because it means it’s time to waste another hour debunking him. The new…
If you know the race/ethnicity and education of a child's parents, further knowing the state they live in gives you virtually no better chance of predicting whether their parents are married.
I have to give credit to the overreaching headline writer for accurately capturing the basic message: Shame on you.
How Chetty et al. -- and Brad Wilcox -- illustrated a .61 relationship with a .93 figure.
A guest post by Kristi Williams addresses marriage-promotion misinformation.