Things from the National Marriage Project that make you say... "Peer review?"
Did you know that married couples with children spend 50-times more on childcare than single adults without children?
Is there a better way to deal with aging societies than trying to get people to have more children?
When is a trend a trend, and what is the burden of a then-versus-now story?
Yes, there is less marriage, and many people are less well off without it. Does that mean we have a "marriage" problem, or a family inequality problem?
Philip Cohen accuses me, inter alia, of telling "tall tales," playing fast and loose with divorce statistics, and bypassing the peer-review process.
In hard times, families are a big part of how people make it through, but hard times are also hard for a lot of marriages. The evidence doesn't support a declining divorce rate in this recession.