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Divorce rates climbed to 50% before plummeting after 1980. But that's not true of poorer, less-educated Americans, who are having trouble adjusting to the nation’s new marital ideal, Prof. writes for .
Of Note: Educated liberals once paved the path to divorce, writes. But now they have returned to marriage, and it's poorer, less educated Americans who are more likely to get divorced.
Educated liberals once paved the path to divorce, writes. But now they have returned to marriage, and it's poorer, less educated Americans who are more likely to get divorced.
Educated liberals once paved the path to divorce, writes. But now they have returned to marriage, and it's poorer, less educated Americans who are more likely to get divorced.
If unemployment stays low and wages grow for the working class and poor, more Americans will reap the benefits of a stable marriage writes for
marriage is great if you can really afford it, but fewer and fewer Americans can // sharp summary in by -- whose book #AllorNothingMarriage arrives in paperback today . . .
"Building and sustaining a marriage that meets these lofty aspirations typically requires substantial investments of time, attention, patience, and responsiveness, investments that are harder for poorer, less-educated Americans to make"
THE COUNTDOWN CONCLUDES: The #AllOrNothingMarriage comes out in paperback TODAY! To learn more, see: . Also see my new article in examining how educated liberals revolutionized marriage (see my book for elaboration).
NOW LIVE: My new article in . Did 1960s liberals, especially feminists, destroy marriage? Yes, they did. And then they made it much better. With higher wages for the working class/poor, more of us can share in the joy. #AllOrNothingMarriage