Marriage and the working class | IN 60 SECONDS

Out of all hurdles that members of the working class face, one of the biggest setbacks is the decline of the married, two-parent home. AEI Visiting Scholar W. Bradford Wilcox examines the effects of single parents and cohabitation on working class children and how it can lead to teenage pregnancy, incarceration, and other troubled futures for children.

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